Monday, September 12, 2016

III/10a Hindu (Indian) Harsha

606 AD - 647 AD

DBA 2.2

15mm Essex Miniatures


Army Composition: (Gen) 1 x El, 2 x El, 2 x 3Cv, 1 x 3Bd, 3 x 3Bw, 3 x 4Sp


Historical notes link: Empire of Harsha 

Maharaja





Army Arrayed










Elephant Corps



Line Cavalry (3Cv)

Missile Troops (3Bw)


Militia (4Sp)


Hindu Fanatics (3Bd)




34 comments:

  1. Well this is one pretty looking army Phil and very nicely painted as well!

    Christopher

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    1. Thanks Christopher, appreciate your kind commentary...and yes once I'm done painting a few more DBA armies I will,saying for a few years now, get stuck into painting Basic Impetvs armies/figures which are sitting on my shelves in the shed waiting to be primed etc!.. ;o)

      cheers,

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  2. You are back and painting with a vengeance! Those are beautiful elephants, Phil! Such intricate detailing on the textiles. Marvelous!

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    1. good to be back online posting more of my painted armies Jonathan... Thanks for your kind words,visits and support much appreciated as you know! :o)

      cheers,

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  3. Very pretty army Phil, love the contrast with the facial hair and skin colour on the chap riding the elephant

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    1. Thanks Paul! My neighbor, who is from India, approved my colors choices used on the figures, but wasn't to sure if all of the "warriors" in this army should have white/grayish moustache's!... ;o)

      all the best,
      cheers

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  4. Excellent - inspirational. I must get on with my Tin Soldier Indian figures. I've just enough for a few DBA armies.

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    1. Thanks Mark!... aw..would love to see your painted Indians at some stage during this year? :o)

      Tin Soldier foot figures are great, not to sure about their cavalry figures though...

      all the best,
      cheers

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  5. Love the detail on the elephants blanket. Great job!

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    1. Thanks Joe, The carpets/blankets on the Elephants took me about 4 hours to paint...

      love your "colorful" 28mm painted Ancients figures too!

      cheers,

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  6. Great stuff Phil, love the ellies!

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    1. Thanks Mike!... actually, I was thinking of you what your reaction would be on the Ellie's.. :o)

      cheers,

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  7. Wowzers! Yep, this is my favourite one yet! Great work Phil. I really like this lot.

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    1. No worries! :o) glad you like this army Nate!

      all the best,
      cheers

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  8. Great looking army and wonderful details on the elephants!

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    1. Hey! Thanks Phil! glad you like my detailed brush work! :o)
      All the best,

      cheers

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  9. Great work Phil, and those elephants and howdahs look spectacular.

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    1. Thanks Lawrence, glad you like my painted Elephant Corps! :o)

      cheers,

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  10. Great looking elephants and terrific work on the cavalry shields.
    Best Iain

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    1. ahh..Thanks Iain for noticing the painted shield work! :o)

      cheers,

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  11. Top stuff Phil, but the Elephants are the stars of this show, great!

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    1. Thanks Chris, yes indeed the Elephants are the stars of this "posting parade" :o)

      cheers,

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  12. That is one spectacular looking army, Phil! Like the others, I am especially in awe of the patterns on the elephants!

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    1. Thanks Peter!... I'm at final stages completing painting two more Elephant armies :o)

      All the best,
      cheers

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  13. I dig those elephants, knowing 15mm those flowery patterns are tiny, epic brushwork, Brilliant.

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    1. Thanks Peter for your kind commentary/visit much appreciated!

      All the best,
      cheers

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  14. May I ask as to what materials do you use for the basing?

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    1. Hi Paul, go to my "Basing Tutorial link" or use this http://15mm25mm.blogspot.com/2014/06/flocking-my-bases.html

      I hope this helps you, Thanks for your visit and question,

      cheers,

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