Civil War Miniatures and Memorabilia...
Collector of 19th century ad notes...
19th century postcards
Richards:As always, the details are amazing. That figurehead above the doorway is really a nice touch. Best, Dean
The detail in the doors and light fixtures is really nice!
Looks just brill!Christopher
Looks fabulous Captain, great work
Wonderful work Captain. Really like the little details. Those lights look amazing.
Very cool Captain!CheersPaul
They look fantastic mate.
As always, Capt. your modeling is visually appealing to me. Great job. Plus will you be having a slug-fest in and amongst these buildings anywhere in the near future?Jay
Thank you everyone...probably early January Ill be setting up some tables, I'm thinking 5 ft x 30 ft, so It will take some time...a long time. I have about 45 buildings built... makes for a good size town....these last four will be on the outskirts of town. Entrenchments, wooded areas, campsites...got a lot of stuff to build. As soon as We move I'll show the area where the tables will be and I'll take shots step by step, from start to finish in building this town/battlefield...I'll have a lot to do.
I really love these houses, Captain. I love the illumination, the little details, the whole feel about the town so far. January is going to be a special time as you put it all together - really looking forward to that!
I think you should go for a job in the film industry...the way you build and photograph things shows a talent for such a job..loads of cash in it as well!!! :-DCheerspaul
This has been a wonderful and 'illuminating' set of posts. Such a treat to see some many great ideas in one place.
Wow! A thirty foot layout would be something to behold I can just about visualize it with gun flashes going off all over.Best wishesWillie