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I'm Dave and live in Morpeth, Northumberland in the UK.
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I am a painter/collector of figures first and a wargamer second. My thrill in this great hobby of ours is to place that final well researched & painted unit into the cabinet. The actual gaming with the figures is an important but secondary experience, we all like to win, but it isn't the be all and end all of it, being with good friends and having fun is.
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Dave.

Tuesday, 10 May 2016

28mm Gothic/Hun cavalry

As can be seen by the (for me) extrodinary amount of painting getting done and blog posts being made progress is being made in re-basing the Late Roman/Gothic/Hun armies which have been left laungushing in the display cabinet for far too long.
This time it is Hunnic Noble, and Ostrogoth cavalry with a couple of command stands thrown in.












All of these cavalry are fairly generic for this period as are the Hunnic light cavalry seen previously which would do for any asiatic horse well into the 13th century.
Dave.

9 comments:

  1. Once again Dave, superb display of painted Hunnic Noblemen and Ostrogoth cavalry - awesome!
    I like the command stands a lot, and the banner too - marvelous work!

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  2. Cheers Phil, always apreciate the comments.

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  3. Excellent job Dave, excellent job!

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  4. Cheers Simon, they will go on the table when ready for a game of 'To the Strongest', though I fear I will have to whup Neal's ass in a 15mm Napoleonic Spanish vs French Peninsula do first (as you can tell I feel more hopeful as I am the French - now't to do with good generalship!)
    Dave.

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  5. Whup away! You at Partizan (did I ask you that already?)? Phil Hendry is putting on a game there, lovely Middle Imperials.

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  6. Sorry, no, wish I could sounds great.
    Dave.

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