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  1. I visited Rome last year, and ofcourse also The Colouseum. It is an amazing place, huge building. But also a place with an extremely violent history. Back home I wanted to make a gladiator scene. I found these two guys from Avatars of War. So here they are, The Gladiators. The blue guy represent Poseidon, Greek god of the sea. The red guy is the Thraex, representing the Thracians, who is a tribe from south-east of europe. I am pretty sure these minis are not historical correct! This was also my first attempt at painting gems, I'm mostly happy with the result of these, and in general these two are by far my best painted minis yet. As always I'm happy to hear critiqs and comments.
  2. Here is another selection of photos of a set of Gladiators painted for a commission from a friend in work. Not sure of the game but these are the only models and he wanted some more colourful then the light grey plastic. The plastic is a bit similar to bones but a bit more flexible. I kept the pallete simple and quite limited in colours. The facial detail wasn't great on a few and this is the reason why I didn't do any eyes. As always comments welcome.
  3. This is a pair of Bronze Age mini. I have been doing a lot of nmm lately so it was nice to do so tmm. This one came out exactly as I pictured it in my head. As always cc welcomed
  4. After the arrival of Eastern Front Studios Dwarf Gladiators, I was inspired to do more of a fantasy Ludus. First off: Dwarves.
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