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Here is the partially completed camp for the Elamites. I wanted to incorporate well-built dwellings to show that the Elamites were capable builders, as evidenced by the remaining ziggurat sites and the walled city of Susa shown on Assyrian reliefs. The second theme is their dedication to archery and...
The first few stands have been painted, washed using Mineax Polyshades Tudor Satin, and the bases painted earth brown, dry brushed with light brown, and finally a sand color. The next step is to finish the bases and spray with Testors Dull Cote.
This army has 22....yes,22...stands of Bow Levy. And one Archer general. My primary source was “Armies of the Ancient Near East” which has a few illustrations of Elamite warriors. The figures are all Old Glory brand from their Amorite, Syrian, and Babylonian ranges. The only conversions are the Baby...
- Sun Apr 14, 2019 11:41 pm
- Forum: Camps, Scratch-building and Modeling
- Topic: 15mm Sumerian Camp
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A gate in the walls of Ur. The angled brick buttresses are from Baueda. The rest of the wall was carved fron blue insulation foam. A Eureka brand straddle car is placed on the corner to show scale.
This marsh terrain is designed so that all the pieces can be moved around to accomodate troop placement. The parts are model railroad cat tails and flock, wooden discs and plastic plant parts from Hobby Lobby, and a turtle from Black Cat Bases (?). I have enough pieces to make 3-4 marshes. The tufts...