Civil War Miniatures and Memorabilia...
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19th century postcards
great looking unit! Your trees are pretty awesome too! How do you make them?
Hi Cory,I go out to the backyard and pull out a weed...make great trees.
Whoohoo! Nice, I love these guys. What a cool unit - who can't love 'em. Best, Dean
And very nice it looks too!!!!!
Those tigers are looking terrific, and very very nice!Phil.
You always come up with the most creative things. I read your replies and you said you just grabbed a weed from the back yard to make the tree. Now that's a good price for scenery! Embedding the flags is a really nice touch as it gives the overall work a stamp of integrity.
Great looking Tigers Captain. My fav Reb unit, the first unit I painted for my 15mm reb army and then 28mm too.
Lovely figures, photos and ideas there Richard :)
I was in a reenactment 10 years ago and seeing the "Tigers" sudden face off with the 5th New York Zouaves out of the smoke was amazing even if it was all in "fun." A very colorful historical unit. Great figures Captain.
Thanks guys...and LADIES for the comments, there were actually the first set of miniatures I ever painted. I just went over the red and did a redo on the main base.
Nice touch Captain; sort of like a home base for the team.
Excellent paintwork. One of my favourite units of the war.
Superb looking unit and nice touch with the flags and tree on the movement tray.
Sweet modeling, Capt. Enjoyed the look-see.
Love your work Captain I have a regitment of these guys as well and they have alway fought hard and well in my games..nice work.
Beautiful work. I really like your approach to movement trays - well done!
I've been searching high and low for flags for Wheat's Tigers. I'm familiar with the state flags shown, but can't clearly see the blue flag in the pics. What flag is that, and where can I see a plate or copy of that flag?