Monday, April 22, 2019

Aventine Miniatures - Early Imperial Romans


Some of the nicest 28mm ancient miniatures to hit our gaming tables are the beautifully sculptured Aventine Miniatures Ranges. They are very well researched and designed, with some great character figures to give your units a realistic look. The EIR's are no exception, these lads, I believe, were once painted by David Imrie for Simon Miller and then more recently purchased by Mr John Maguire, here in North Queensland. I have since rebased them for Impetvs, which seems to be the gaming system of the North. The figures are beautifully painted and in a style I can never hope to match. Four units of legionaries, two auxiliary units and a command complete the small army. 

Regards

Vinnie






















16 comments:

Carlo said...

Wow - these are spectacular Nathan.

Vinnie said...

Thanks Carlo,

They should look good when combined with the complete Army.

Regards

Nathan

rross said...

The painting of these figures is beyond outstanding - how do people create such works of art - they are unbelievably good! Your basing is pretty good too - fantastic little force!

Michal Kucharski DwarfCrypt said...

Wooow! Just amazing work!

szeperd said...

Outstanding! I want to have them!

Friends Of General Haig said...

Those are lovely. I especially like the weathered appearance of the legionary shields.

Phil said...

Awesome unit, stunning job!

Christopher(aka Axebreaker) said...

Those look excellent! I believe Aventine produce the best Ancient figures on the market.

Christopher

roma912 said...

Outstanding! Aventine are beautiful figures worthy of the highest standards of painting and basing: as seen here.

Cheers, Ross

Russet Captain said...

These are absolutely stunning!

Vinnie said...

Thanks again for the great comments everyone.

Regards

Vinnie

PsychosisPC said...

Beautiful.

Secundus said...

Amassing work as always, they look so real. Brilliant stuff!

Andrew Parr said...

Superb Nathan.
Andrew

Vinnie said...

Thanks Andrew

DeanM said...

Superb looking EIR!