Thursday, 1 November 2018

Pickett´s Charge 2 - Strelets

17th Tennessee Infantry Regiment.
The officer.
 The bod on the far right. Surrendering or signalling to maintain/hold the line?
 Two brigades.
A couple of Union General staff, the wounded from the various Strelets sets and a couple more scenery/Building  bits and maybe some movement trays to do and another Battle can be fought.

18 comments:

  1. Lovely stuff, the high tide of the confederacy.

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  2. Impressive and beautiful additions Paul!

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  3. Love the officer, looks like Robert E Lee!

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    1. He´s got a brilliant pose and I might Change him for another foot officer and use him for directing attacks

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  4. Great work, I'm back to playing ACW tonight and it always tempts me to want to paint more, so far I've resisted

    Will

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    1. Will, you know you have to...resistance is futile :-)

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  5. Interesting addition to your already impressive army! I suppose the flashy green bases are meant to recall us the venerable Britain figures ?

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    1. I´ve done the strelets lot with a slightly different green to the airfix bods but yep, it´s a nod to the old britians bases.

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  6. That's certainly enough troops for a rebellion - nice work!

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    1. Thanks :-) Enough?? is there ever enough? :-) Hopefully HäT will release thier range of marching ACW so I can add a couple more Regiments and maybe, I will try out casting some Airfix to increase the armies...another Brigade wouldn´t be too many ...or?

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  7. magnificent army and very nice mass effect.

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  8. Good looking ACW Tripp’s. You’ve really been cranking them out! 😀

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  9. Wow, and all that sort of thing. Stunning work, Paul
    Best regards, WM

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  10. Fantastic work Paul. Is that guy surrendering or starting a Mexican wave?

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    1. Thanks :-)
      It is a bit of an odd pose. What exactly he´s supposed to be doing I´ve no definate idea. Nor does PSR. Originally I wasn´t going to add him and use one of the other advancing poses but decided to add him at the far left of the line so at least he could, theoretically, appear to be shouting to hold the line..or surrendering...or starting a mexican wave...or???

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