The Assyrian Army receives a dozen reinforcements. Another Assyrian auxiliary infantry unit steps off from the painting table to join a recently growing horde. As their compatriots before, the figures are from Wargames Foundry. Rather than the oversize tower shields wielded by the previous unit, these fellows carry an oversize wicker shield. The dip does a good job of accentuating the detail of the wicker.
Even with four reinforcing units making it through the queue in February, a number of Assyrian units remain to make it through the figure pipeline. Three units await their turn for a photo session including a beast of a Newline Design four-horse chariot.
On the painting front, a lot of different projects are seeing work besides the current long line of Assyrians. Painting sessions of late have been short. One of the projects finally seeing attention is the WWII project in 15mm. While a small stack of Zvezda German vehicle models have lingered about for years, I finally put five of the models on the workbench. The vehicles have been assembled and painted. A little detailing and basing is all that is required to finish them up.
What else is in work? Well, after consideration, I decided to rebase and reorganize skirmishers for the 28mm Peninsular War. More details on what drove me to this decision later.