Painting Wargaming Figures, Early Imperial Romans

The author has been an enthusiast war gamer for decades and also earned a living painting display quality military figures. This book follows the established series format, with detailed full colour photography through the book in support of the professional descriptive text. – Very Highly Recommended.

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NAME: Painting Wargaming Figures, Early Imperial Romans
FILE: R3146
AUTHOR: Andy Singleton
PUBLISHER: Pen & Sword
BINDING: soft back
PRICE: £14.99                                                               
GENRE: Non Fiction
SUBJECT:  Soldiers of Rome, Roman Republic, Roman Empire, infantry, cavalry, 
artillery, equipment, armour, weapons, uniform, war gaming, display figures, painting,
 models, detail

ISBN: 1-52671-635-6
PAGES: 120
IMAGE: B3146.jpg
BUYNOW: tinyurl.com/whkh2k2
DESCRIPTION: The author has been an enthusiast war gamer for decades and also 
earned a living painting display quality military figures. This book follows the 
established series format, with detailed full colour photography through the 
book in support of the professional descriptive text. – Very Highly Recommended.

Wargaming with model figures dioramas and equipment continues to be very popular, 
gaining new generations of enthusiasts. So far, digital wargaming has proved 
increasingly popular but not at the expense of the traditional wargaming. That can be 
explained by the differences where at the end of the game the player is left still with 
some beautifully produced and painted figures, having also enjoyed the process of 
researching and hand painting the figure needed for the game. Many war gamers are 
also enthusiastic display-quality creators of military figures and collectors of sets of 
figures from several periods of military history.

The author has provided very descriptive and comprehensive text to guide the reader 
through the process of producing miniature facsimiles of early Roman soldiers that 
will be authentic and impressive.