Thursday, 22 April 2010

Zama: The Opening Phases

In the shot above, the Carthaginian right wing cavalry have all successfully retired to reform. The shot below is of the other flank. One unit of elephants is moving out to threaten Masinissa's Numidians, forcing them to break up their advance. This gives much needed respite to Tychaeus:
Another shot of the same location, this time from behind the Roman army:
Meanwhile, the Celtiberians begin to trundle forward, preparatory to launching their charge:
In the Carthaginian centre right, a lone elephant runs around in circles after the Velites kill all of its friends:
I really do need to paint up the elephant casualties made by Simon Miller (aka Big Red Bat - see Blog List to the left).

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