Civil War Miniatures and Memorabilia...
Collector of 19th century ad notes...
19th century postcards
Another marvelous piece with so much feeling to it. Your efforts are tireless and rewarding. Regards, Dean
Great figures, extremely well painted I love the flag draped over the table, just adds a sense of realism to the scene.
Another great piece. Nice new header btw
Well, they did win, great work on that.
What a brilliant scene. Very artistic and very well done.
An excellent scene! Of course, as a native of the state of Maryland, I have an appreciation for both union and confederate models. :)
Great little scene!! I like both sides...the confederacy for it´s tenaciousness and the Union side for it´s regimented look. They both seem to balance each other out in dissimilarity of look and style on the battlefield. But I have to admit to liking the confederate flag a bit more...a very striking set of colours :-DCheerspaul
Really great blog, excellent miniatures, can u explain or make a tutorial of u flags?? Its looks amazing and real!!!
Great diorama, well executed!!!
Excellent vignette. Sorry I have not been able to leave comments of late, had real problems with Blogger.Regards,Matt
Ah Captain Richard, how splendid to see those northern gentlemen - I was beginning to suspect you of southern sympathies!Ian
Guys, thank you for the great comments, I truly apprieciate them.Alex, as far as the flags go, depending on which ones your talking aboutare mostly taken from the internet and repainted. I usually paint both sides and put a piece of tin foil between them before you glue them together, the tin foil will make the flag bend anyway you want. With the cloth flags, I use one piece of cloth. I use a dish cloth, its pretty thin and has a little texture to it. Once you paint both sides it will get stiff and you can bend it easier than a paper flag.
Very nice diorama!