Most of my war game armies are in 20-22mm (1\72-1\76) with many being in plastic. At some point, I discovered Newline miniatures and set about replacing some plastics with Newline-in this case Hannibal's Army in Italy.
My ancient armies are based to be versatile. I play games with Command and Colors Ancients, my version of DBA and in the not-to-distant future a set called Triumph.
I was looking over the Triumph lists and brought my collection out. I decided to take some portraits with my iPad. Here are the results.
|Newline Spanish Scutari|
|Newline Spanish Caetrati|
|Newline Spanish Long-Shield Cavalry|
|Newline Celt Cavalry|
|Newline Libyan Spearmen|
|Newline Numidian Cavalry|
|This is one of the best sets HAT ever made. Libyan Spearman in captured Roman armor.|
|The Great Man Himself-Hannibal by Newline|
|Balearic Slingers, Hat and Italeri|
|Newline Roman Hastatus|
|Newline Roman Principes|
|Newline Roman Triarii|
|Newline Roman Cavalry|
|Hat Italian Allies|
|Legatus and Eagle from the Hat command set|