The figures are Xyston, and all shield transfers are from Steve Hales of Little Big Men Studios:
A quick thank you to Steve as it had been a good six or seven years since my original purchase of the transfers and some of them refused to part from their backing paper. I checked in with him to confirm that I was indeed attempting to apply them correctly, and he offered to replace them all free of charge. Given that the fault was mine I could not in good conscience accept the offer, but he insisted on a generous discount for the replacement which I thought went way beyond great customer service.
More cavalry and chariots:
A few more warband pictures:
Lastly, the gaesatae:
And an overall picture of the entire army as assembled:
All up, the army is comprised of the following:
79 warband elements
33 gaesatae elements
5 soldurii elements
8 skirmish elements
8 sling-armed elements
8 bow-armed elements
16 unarmoured cavalry elements
13 armoured cavalry elements (including 3 generals)
I had originally hoped to get all this done within four months, but I suppose just under six months is not a bad effort and this is the largest ancient army I had in the lead pile.
Now it's back to some ancient Spanish, which I am hoping I should be able to complete before the middle of the year.