Iberian Warrior 125 BC – Andrea Miniatures
Model representing a Iberian Warrior around 125 AD. Light troops, whose protection was formed by a circular shield or caetra. Breastplate that protected the chest and back of the warrior and a wide belt to protect the womb, greaves and a helmet with a typical horsehair on the top. As offensive weapons we see a double-headed spear and a Falcata. Whose manufacturing process was specific. Leaving oxidize the iron to obtain its purest core which gave a greater hardness. Giving then the curvature depended on the size of the arm of the warrior.
- 54mm scale white metal multicomponent.
- Miniature of Andrea Miniatures (http://www.andreaeurope.com/). General Series. Reference SG-F53.
- White primer.
- Painted with Vallejo Model Color (http://www.acrylicosvallejo.com/)
- Double layer of matte varnish Marabu (http://www.marabu.com/)
I have painted the original miniature base and decorated with vegetation: