Infante Pesado Osco, siglo IV a.C.
The Oscos are an italic people who endured the impact of Rome until the early 3rd century BC.
From then on they would fight shoulder to shoulder with their older enemies as auxiliaries of the Roman legions in a ratio of 2 to 1.
This figure has been painted with an acrylic brush. The land is made with Dash Pronto and railway grass, and represents one of the many roads that travelled this continent, long before the Romans attributed it as their own.
Criticism, both positive and negative, is welcome.
P.D. I hope no one's offended by swastikas. It is proven to be one of the oldest symbols on Earth, long before it became a political symbol.