|Front (ish) view|
|Fairly boring view|
|Side view (debatable whether or not it's interesting)|
The wolf-skin headgear seem to be covering a helmet which is only just visible on the figures.
Unusually for these sets there are only three variations on the four sprues, two variations of the javelin armed figure and a single pose for the solely sword-armed figure.
|The other side. view (*yawn)|
I've still some high;lighting to do and a bit of overall "tidying up" on all the figures- and of course the bases to finish off in line with all the others.
|Really boring rear view|
You'll notice that this javelin armed figure has a single javelin behind his shield even if he did start off with two (an accident whilst cutting off the little flash that was present)
|Final view (*phew)|
The idea of having the figures in pairs is to represent a single gladiator, one while he still has javelins and the second when he's used or disposed of his javelins and has drawn his sword - a very quick visually pleasing representation.
That's it for this week, next week I'll have hopefully recovered from the lurgy I caught whilst "down South" and be able to finish off the four pairs of these figures to show next week. Sometime in the future I'll be showing all the other various boxes of "HAT" figures that I've bought and sharing the ideas I have for their use.