Looking really good so far Clive. I like this idea of sticking him in the chariot. I want to do a few more chariots at some point, but didn't want to do the same ones again so this has triggered a few ideas.
Love his name by the way... I assume his other charioteer is called weetabix?
"I've been a frickin' evil doctor for 30 frickin' years! So cut me some frickin' slack."
@mikeland: Thanks; I haven't decided whether to use the chietain (as Phil's, above) with him, or Boudicca's fat friend from the original set. I'm going to heat the 'skin slightly to make it plastic enough to lie over the chariot "deck", but not sure whether I'll be able to cut out the "head" inside to make it drape properly (and without making a mess of it!). Taking the standard off was easy, but removing the head was a ... challenge. The Kellogg name is synonymous with ... green pipes in unmentionable places:
“conscribe te militem in legionibus. pervagare orbem terrarium. inveni terras externas. cognosce miros peregrines. eviscera eos” ̴ “Join the legions, see the world, travel to foreign parts, meet interesting and exotic people, and disembowel them.”
he's looking good Clive....very good.....Nice to see that he has Joined the legion as an aquilifer ....not sure if that is allowed.....him being a celt and all, but i won't split hairs, if he wants to join we'll take him. I also like centurion helmets, I'm not going to moan about the accuracy of a standard bearer wearing such a thing, but my main concern is, he needs to give the centurion his head back first...as he appears to have left it in his helmet....how can that guy command a century with his head under that celts arm? Think of his men walking around aimlessly, and it isn't really fair on the centurions body...it will be on a charge, make sure you hand it in at lost property at the Fort next time you are passing.