Carthaginian Elephants: I painted 5 with Carthaginian motifs and 5 without so they could port to a Pyrrhic army. The ellies didn't have much in the way of skin folds so I used a triad of greys to paint wrinkles in. Elephants are the natural centerpiece of the Carthaginian army and I think these can shoulder that burden.
Carthaginian 4 horse chariots: The chariots are for the option of running an Early Carthaginian army.
Up next is the Spanish arm of Hannibal's army. The Spanish are my favorite War & Empire sculpts. As is traditional with the ancient Spanish, you can have a bit of fun with bright colors.
Round Shield Cavalry: The Spanish lights are a colorful bunch. Even if they don't win in skirmish, they'll look marvelous riding around on dressed up ponies.
I can check "paint a lot of figures in a short period of time" off my bucket list. If you're looking to paint up ancients in 15mm, take a look at the Forged in Battle collection. We lost Covus Belli's ancients months ago so its a relief to see West Wind step into the breach. Along with a deep bench of armies, they have great color items up on the builds accessories page. Things like engineers, villages, villagers, temples, ramps, siege towers battering rams and more!
I'll be on the road shortly. A little rest for the eyes and then, back to it with SAGA and Bolt Action projects.