Civil War Miniatures and Memorabilia...
Collector of 19th century ad notes...
19th century postcards
Very wild, your shots are really cool!
What a lovely wood! Progression inside seems difficult, photos are really nice.Another great work, a beautiful atmosphere!
Fantastic. I'm impressed. Looks really great.
Nice woods indeed!! And the trees were made by you, right? Very well done!Cheers
Another wonderful addition Captain. I imagine things may be getting a bit tight at that end of your room!
What a fantastic table this must be to game over. Your terrain looks like the real thing, SUPERB.
Great addition to the table - I love your trees; they look very convincing. Best, Dean
Now that I've seen your woods, I'll probably be disappointed when I go visit the real thing. Super modeling, Capt.
Truly wonderful eye candy
A fine addition to your battlefield! Some of those woodland shots depict how I imagine the Wilderness battalefield to look - not to mention innumerable other battles that took place in or thick bush.
I love this eddition. it is a rather useful and good looking... what any man wants the girls to think of him.
Beautiful woods, I agree with everybody!You have made a very good use of roots for the trees !(what do you use for the foliage?)
Fantastic! Just beautiful!
Wonderful woodland Captain!
Thank you everyone for the comments...Sam, the foliage is by Woodland Scenics (light green foliage)
Great looking terrain, I think it's the lighting on a couple of the photo's but they're a bit creepy looking. Not bad for some models really, well done.
This is awesome groundwork! And the pictures look really realistic! Congrats with this result!GreetingsPeterhttp://peterscave.blogspot.be/
What a fantastic table. Rally that's a piece of love you play your games on.