Saturday, April 4, 2015

Gaine's Mill Project Progress Report


Well I had a full month of work, so my hobby work has taken a bit of a back seat. But I have panted the first 8 Union representative regiments for the Altar of Freedom Order of Battle for Gaine's Mill.

Obviously these figures, based on 20mm squares/ 4 figures to a base/ three bases to a unit for Alatar of Freedom, can easily be adapted for Black Powder or Big Bloody Battles. A bit harder for Neil Thomas 19th Century Rules, as I need one more base per unit. 


All miniatures are Pendraken 10mm, for their new ACW range. All flags are hand drawn by me.





The force en masse


The boys in blue!

Method for affixing labels

Representing French's Brigade in Ricahrdson's Division, the 52nd New York Vol. Regt.


Representing Warren's Brigade in Syke's Division, the gallant 5th New York Zouaves


Another view of the 5th NY


The boys the wore green. Representing Meaghar's Irish Brigade of Ricahrdson's Division, the 63rd New York 


White hats and white pants. Representing Bartlett's Brigade in Slocum's Division, the 16th New York


More Zou Zous! (more correctly Chaussers). Representing Newton's Brigade in Slocum's Divisions, the 95th Pennsylvania 


Representing Butterfield's Brigade in Morell's Division, the 83rd Pennsylvania (these guys are FPW Imperial Guard Volitguers/Chaussers. The only miniatures that were a close approximation to the 83rd Penn)


Two more regiments in blue, 9th Massachusetts (Griffin Brig, Morell Div), and 2nd Maine (Martindale Brig, Morell Div)

I also tested how well some of the ACW figures could be used as proxies for other wars in 10mm. I believe that it is doable. 

Pendraken ACW Zouave in Fez painted as the Brazilian Bahia Zouaves of the War of the Triple Alliance


From the back


Pendraken ACW Zouaves in Kepi as Pontifical Zoauves 


From the back


How the units painted look on the terrain board.

2 comments:

Russ justice said...

Nice looking project, its coming together nicely. I will watch this space with interest!

Konstantinos Travlos said...

Thanks!