Two trays of casualty markers: dead Romans, the finest kind. They are Wargames Factory plastics that I picked up at Wappinshaw - a damaged box of them for £10.00. I've been curious for a while about these guys, and decided that they would make good casualties for my Republican Romans. The only real difference is that they have helmet crests instead of feathers, but for dead 'uns, they'll do very nicely. I've painted up six for each legion, using the same shield designs. All I did was chop off the bases, something that's a lot easier to do with plastic.
The third photo shows another batch of the same figures. For these, I used the rub-on transfers that come with the box. I've never used them before, and I reckoned that I would mess them up; I was right. But then again, casualties should have mangled shields, so I wasn't too bothered. These four will do for the Bruttians who fought for Hannibal at Zama.