I thought I'd start off with some Himalayan tribesmen, bow-armed for skirmishing:
There are a choice of two poses, which is fine by me as there are two figures on each base:
Khurasan appear to contract to a number of different sculptors so I can't attest to the consistency between ranges but the Tibetans appear to be consistent within themselves and are true 15mm, therefore much smaller in stature than the Xyston Ancients I spent most of last year working on:
The figures are quite detailed, but I found that I had to work harder than what I was used to in order to pick out some of it, only realising that it was there when I had completed a few of the figures as opposed to Xyston sculpts where some of the detail is almost exaggerated in size and relief, and therefore much easier to paint. I would probably describe the detail on these figures as subtle, but comprehensive:
That's the first unit of this army completed, with some Tibetan cataphracts to hopefully join them before too long:
Next up however will be some Republican Roman legionaries for another army I am hoping to complete concurrently with the Tibetans.