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Sunday, January 10, 2016

More 6mm Union Infantry for the American Civil War

Good afternoon all!

I have had a good weekend, we have snow so it was nice to spend some time yesterday painting up these four Brigades of Infantry for my upcoming Alter of Freedom games that I plan to run at the local club here in Stockholm. 



This unit will represent a full Division of Infantry at the Battle of Manassas.  The infantry Division will be Brigadier General Daniel Tyler's Division.





I will start with the first battle for the war and then work on other historic battles as well as paint up more miniatures for a ACW campaign.




I have completed a total of three of the four Divisions that I need to complete the Union Army. I only need to paint up the infantry for Heintzelman's Division, I have already completed all the artillery and cavalry needed of the Union Army of Northeastern Virginia.  Once I have them finished I will switch to painting the Confederate forces for the battle.




Have a good weekend!

10 comments:

  1. Impressive job on these Yankees!

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    1. Thank you! Hopefully the Rebs will come out just as well!

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  2. Looking forward to see more of that! Once you are ready to run a test game then I am interested to join in.

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    1. HI Jesper!
      I will definitely let you know when I am ready to run a game, it will probably be sometime in the spring or in the summer. I don't paint fast.

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  3. Impressive work on such a small scale! Looking forward to seeing the Rebs too. As you know my good Sir, I've got a southern inclination :0)

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    1. The rebels are next in the cue for painting. 6mm was what I started wargaming with way back in the early 90's. Well you can be General Beauregard during the first game once I have everything ready! have a safe trip back to good old Sweden!

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    1. Thank you Michael, I need to do at least one Brigade of Zouove's to make sure they are represented in the Union Army!

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