Tuesday, 7 September 2021

Kushite tribe

 

Here we have my latest batchpaint. A rather large collection of Kushite/ Nubians.
They are intended to be mainly used in my Tribal Africa project but could be used pitted agains other historical opponents.

http://kampgruppe-engel.blogspot.com/p/tribal-africa.html

 Or under the label http://kampgruppe-engel.blogspot.com/search/label/Tribal%20Africa

 

The miniatures are mostly from Footsoore miniatures that I bought before the Brits totaly buggered of to their own corner but the civilians are from Coblestone casting.


https://footsoreminiatures.co.uk/search?type=product&q=Kushite

 https://www.copplestonecastings.co.uk/list.php?cat=5&sub=18&page=1


For painting I used the pictures at the end of this post for inspiration. I tried using some blue tints in the shadows and I think it made some really nice colours.

They dont look like my previus Kushite miniatures so I think I have to go back and raise the standard of my older miniatures.


























For colour inspirations I used the following picture:



Assyrian Vs Nubian
illustration of Angus Mcbride showing a Assyrian Warrior of The assyrian King Esarhaddon fighting against a Nubian Warrior of The nubian Pharaoh Taharqa in the 7th century BC.



Nubian archer of the Kingdom of Kush in 11th century BC


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