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15mm PSC Goths for Adrian.

 Last year Adrian replumbed my house, in return Adrian gave me a few boxes of PSC Goth and Huns to paint.



 Think I've got the better end of the deal! 

Adrianople anyone? 

PSC Goths and Little Big Man shield transfers.
Gothic infantry started.
First unit




Back  view


MOB!


Second unit


Rear view 2


Extra stand (this was where I ran out of bases)


Quite a horde! There are 5 more foot units to go!




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