To the right we see the leaders: 1x2LH, 1x3Cv (Gen), 1x3Cv.
The leader and horsemen obviously have a bit Roman look with red wool capes and horse-hair crests.
The general rides the white horse in the center.
The figures are mostly Old Glory.
I painted them with the "magic dip" method described at the
Basically, paint them with acrylic paints with little or no highlighting or shading.
Then dunk the completed figure an the ink-like product
such as MinWax PolyShades Jacobean or Tudor shade.
This product is a stain and polyurethane with a matte finish.
Most of it runs off, but some shading is left in the crevices and
depressions giving the miniature a nice three dimensional look.
Then I finish them with a matte clear coat to protect the figure.
Especially with 15mm figures, this is a quick and easy method to paint an army.
The bases are from Litko Aerosystems.
Glue the appropriate number of figures to the base,
coat with white glue, and flock with static grass and peebles from
a scenery company such as Woodland Scenics.
I like thin bases that blend with the tabletop.
These bases are laser cut plywood that barely warp, even when coated
with dilute glue.
This is a hypothetical battle line of my first army completed
They must be lucky, because they already won their first two battles,
defeating some Scots-Irish rabble and some fanatic German warbands.
At this rate, Britain will soon be speaking Welsh.
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There are more articles on Britannia at the Britannia page and many miniatures-related articles at Dan Becker's Models and Miniatures Site.
Thanks for stopping by and reading about my figures.