Here are my armies used for De Bellis Antiquitatis -- a fast-play set of Ancient rules. Each army is composed of 12 stands (or "elements") of troops. Troop types range from among infantry types such as Pikes, Bows, Warbands and many others, or mounted types such as Elephants, Knights, Light horse, etc. I've arranged them chronologically, matching the way DBA rules list them.
Of course, many of the above armies can be used to field others of the 306 armies listed in the rules. For example, I use my Polybian Romans as "Marian Romans," or my Alexandrian Successors as various other Macedonian or Hellenistic kingdoms. This becomes even more true with my Medieval figures, which were purposely painted up as generically as possible, so that I could use them as for the various iterations of Feudal or Medieval English, French, Spanish, etc.
One of my trademarks in DBA is the creation and building of interesting camps. For awhile (when I had more time), I took commissions or built DBA camps to sell online or at conventions. That spare time has all but disappeared, but I fortunately kept a record of all the camps I built and sold (or most of them, I think). This page shows pictures and details construction methods for quite a large number of camps.
Pictures of the 18th Century armies of the kingdoms that fought during the "Age of Reason."
Pictures of the various factions that I've painted up to battle for control of The Congo during the post-Independence time period.
Pictures of various scratch-built or resin terrain. These range from
completely store-bought resin pieces that I only had to paint to ones
and scratch-built from styrene, foam board, and so on.
American Skirmish (17th-18th century America)
Pictures of my forces for skirmish games set in the world of the
Eastern Woodlands Indians. Initially, my forces will be all
native Americans, but I will eventually add in French, British,
frontiersmen, trappers, etc.