|All six of them.|
I like these models but they did have some issues. All of the Warlord horses I've done so far have had some amazingly bad casting issues on the underside. Granted, it will be almost impossible to see when they are done, but Jeepers, they're terrible.
The rest of the casting was very nice though. These come as two part models, with the upper torso separate from the horse and legs. This gives you the ability to have some variety in how the riders are positioned, which is nice because there are only two poses. This kit also comes with metal javelins, which are very nice, but very sharp.
|The leader, for those times in HC when you have to have one.|
|Stark shading. It looks better at table top distance.|
I used THIS handy guide for doing the markings, though it's pretty simple to paint socks and a blaze. I also tried several different methods of shading on the horses. Some look terrible up close, but look good on the table. Others look good up close and are very subtle on the table. I'll just have to see how they sit with me once they are settled in.
|There's lots of room on the bases for decoration.|
|I'm not totally thrilled with the shields either.|
|Last shot. Light brown with dark spots. Dark brown with light spots. I'm so creative.|