I consulted this:
And Osprey's books:
D'AMATO, Raffaele, SALIMBETI, Andrea. Bronze Age Greek warrior, 1600-1100 BC. Oxford: Osprey Publishing, 2011.
FIELDS, Nic. Bronze Age War Chariots. Oxford: Osprey Publishing, 2006.
The first is illustrated by Giuseppe Rava and the second by Brian Delf.
Thanks a lot, as always, Gabbanoche! Who doesn't love a bit of Iliad in their artistic lifes? I mean, people have been depicting those chars for more than two thousand years, they're so appealing and atractive. I want to make Menelaus, Achilles, Odysseus and maybe Ajax the Great (I always liked his sorry ass).
Also, I revisited your gallery to refresh my memory and oh my my, never disappointed. I'm so looking forward to what you could submit next! Missing your artworks!
Well put my friend!
Theres so many to choose from. Perosonaly I've always held a soft spot of Hector, but as you said there are so many good ones. Looking forward to see who you'll do next.
Thank you very much, really gladdens me to hear you say this friend.
Unfortunately I've been in a terrible dryspell and busy with life. But I should have some simpler stuff laying around, but nothing too special I'm afraid.
But who knows, maybe I'll be back at it again some day :)