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American Civil War Armies   Leave a comment

Over the last few months I have been focused on completing a Confederate and Union Army for use in Black Powder or other rulesets such as Longstreet and Sharps Practice.

Civil War Battlefield

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American War of Independence – Mid year update   Leave a comment

Progress has been steady but slow over the last year on my AWI collection.  Word of warning… no flag as I have been LAZY!  I have beautiful GMB flags, but I keep putting it off.AWI painting Read the rest of this entry »

Over the Mountain Men from Kings Mountain Miniatures   Leave a comment

Bill from Kings Mountain Miniatures was kind enough to let me buy some of his latest miniatures early.  I was finally able to get a few painted up.  Great miniatures and the ability to customize the heads is really an extra bonus to creating different forces.

OMM (2)

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American War of Independence Regiments   Leave a comment

Happy New Years!  I know I am two months late.  I have been painting I promise 🙂  I was sucked back into World of Warcraft for a few months, but I was able to remove those shackles in December and get back to painting.  The first unit was a continental regiment in brown coats with red facings.  I believe a number of the New England regiments wore something similar.  In general my continental armies are meant to be generic regiments and not specific such as my British regiments.

Continental (2)

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Fife and Drum Continental Militia   Leave a comment

Jim at Fie and Drum provides some of the best looking American War of Independence miniatures on the market.

F&Dmilitia (1)

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Posted August 3, 2013 by shermon15 in AWI, Black Powder, British Grenadier, Fife & Drum

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33 Regiment of Foot (American War of Independence)   Leave a comment

I finally completed the Regiment by adding the GMB Flags.  The flags are absolutely beautiful!  I had to remove the plastic flag staves as they were too short for the GMB flags.  On this regiment I tried to drill holes in the hands to hold the flags.  In both cases the hands broke off.  I later found it easier to carve out the inside of the hand to sit the flag stave.

33rd Regiment (1)

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