Here are the leader stands and cavalry. I did two stands with just mounted leaders and four stands with my extra Chariots. I figure this way I can use the Chariot stands for the traditional 'Britania' Celts and the other for a generic "European Barbarian Horde" army to fight my Julian armies.
The Chariots were posted long ago, but I changed up the basing to go with the new army.
Finally I broke up the cavalry to form 2 medium and 1 heavy force. These will also do double duty as auxilia /allied cavalry for the Republican Roman army.
I have 2 more units of cavalry completed awaiting a resupply from Litko to join the rest of their brethren.
In painting this army I tried to limit myself to on a few colors and patterns, and rely on mixing up the miniatures to get a good 'barbarian horde' affect. I have been experimenting with Army Painters new warpaints of late and like how these turned out. I glued five strips of infantry or three of cavalry to each stick and then primered in one of four colors: Leather Brown, Rat Fur, Skeleton Bone (cavalry only), and Uniform Grey (cavalry only) All the horse furniture was done in Soft Leather". For the shields I stuck with Flat Red, Yellow, Flat Green, Flat Blue and Unbleached Wool. I like the overall affect, but the time required was significantly greater than most all of the ancients I have done in the past.