Wednesday, March 27, 2019

II/19a Seleucid


15mm Essex Miniatures (commission work)

DBA 2.2 Army (13 elements)

1 x (General)3Kn, 1 x 3Kn, 1 x 2Lh, 4 x 4Pk, 1 x SCh or 3/4Ax, 2 x El, 2 x 2Ps

The Diadochi Seleucus I, a Macedonian general who accompanied Alexander the Great into Asia, founded a line of kings who reigned in Asia Minor until 65 BC (358-281 BC)





Mounted General









Elephants



Scythed Chariot (SCh)


Heavy Cavalry (3Kn)


General (3Kn)

Light Cavalry (2Lh)




Pikes (4Pk)





18 comments:

  1. Sorry to hear about the accidents, but happy to see you posting again and they do look great! Best wishes on your continued recovery.

    Christopher

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    1. Thanks Christopher, appreciate your kind works and support!
      cheers,

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  2. Terrific work Phil, and better than ever in spite of the accidents, which I am very sorry to hear about. I hope things keep improving for you.

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    1. Thanks Lawrence, I hope my left arm/hand tremor would just stop! taking some medication to help calm down.going in for tests soon..oh well.. :o) shit happens aye! :o)

      ps: Love your Gauls - great work!
      cheers,

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  3. A spectacular and awesome army, congrats!!

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    1. Thank you my Friend, salute to you Sir :o)
      cheers,

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  4. I am glad that despite the disease you are still painting.

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    1. feels good painting again, but it is a slog. I used to paint DBA armies every 10 days, now 2- 3 weeks to complete one DBA army..
      cheers,

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  5. Great to see you back! Sorry to hear of your injuries,I hope it improves, lovely army!
    Best Iain

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    1. Thank you Iain, my left arm/hand tremor/shakes will be with me for the rest of life...

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  6. Awesome work, Phil! Really great to see you painting again. Your chariot is superb.

    How did I miss this post?

    Best wishes in dealing with your health issues.

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    1. Thanks Jon,for dropping in much appreciated. I see at your blog you have been busy with painting projects and gaming...good on you Sir! :o)

      cheers,

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