Roger's Fie Hegemon Chinese 15mm for MeG

Started by Lord Speedy of Leighton, 22 November 2021, 08:35:24 PM

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Lord Speedy of Leighton

What ho all!
Roger asked me to finish off his Chinese Five Hegemon army for Warfare (Chariot period theme). Roger basically rebuilt the ground floor (and drains)our house in 2020, so this was a small part of my eternal repayment.

Two units of heavy chariots - these are not 'regular' troops.


Big models


Charge!


Can you spot where I might have got bored painting chariots?


And another four


Back view - one with Swiss diplomatic plates.


Give me my burning spear...


Then two units of regular 'Guard' chariots


Horsepower!


Trundle!


Third unit of four,


Uniform details


Moving so fast they were blurred.


Bird's eye view


The rest of the army was a case of rebasing to match the new units, highlighting the flesh, and sorting out weapon and armour.

His spears and halbardiers




Top view


Archers




Top down


Skirmishers (only swords and armour repainted here)




Top view


Roger's generals, liked these, just needed flesh and bronze.


The Emperor looks serine




Bottom layer of the box


Top layer, including a compartment stuffed full of spare crew figures.


Now just hope I don't meet them at the weekend!
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fred.

They look good, very colourful. 

Although the chariots look like they could do with bigger bases - but I assume this is constrained by the rules. 
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Lord Speedy of Leighton

Quote from: fred. on 22 November 2021, 09:05:49 PMThey look good, very colourful.

Although the chariots look like they could do with bigger bases - but I assume this is constrained by the rules.
Yup, got it in one! It's rare too find chariots that fit 40x40mm bases.
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Sure you have enough chariots - good stuff.
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