I did not expect to return to doing any Romans, but the local WAB tournament changed mind, as I thought I needed a few more archers for the army.
I decided to do these in two stands of four each. Also something different for me, I'm typically used to doing my miniatures as singles on single bases. Lately though I have been rethinking that for most of my army stuff, working in bigger bases.
I do hate how most sculpters do arrows. You can never get the white metal arrow shafts straight. I saw recently the Musketeer sculptor just doing the fletching and allowing for a steel or brass pin to be inserted into the fletching for the shaft. I think that is really cool idea.