Another regiment of infantry musters for the Confederates with the 14th Virginia Infantry Regiment advancing to the fore.
All the figures are from the Perry Miniatures American Civil War Confederate Infantry 1861-65 set, the troops this time assembled in right shoulder shift.
I also finished off the last few Confederate infantry figures I had creating a command stand that will be the foundation of a Mississippi regiment at a later date.
Beautifully painted, Paul. Many of the men look like they are marching into a very strong headwind.ReplyDelete
Thank you Jonathan, or brisk fire.Delete
Beautiful looking unit Paul!ReplyDelete
Thank you MichalDelete
Superb looking regimentReplyDelete
Splendid regiment there Paul. Agree with Jonathan " Many of the men look like they are marching into a very strong headwind" but I was thinking withering fire.ReplyDelete
Cheers Phil, I did not intending it, but now you mention it....Delete
Fantastic work again Paul...I notice I missed commenting on the previous Union unit, which is also a thing of beauty...,the two different blues are so vibrant, the figures really pop. Finally, the whole deal is sealed by some very nice basing!ReplyDelete
Thank you, I quite like how I'm doing basing these days, it's not even that much effort.Delete
A splendid body of men, though a shame they are plaaaastic.ReplyDelete
Cheers David, more metals incomingDelete
Lovely work on these Paul…ReplyDelete
I think it’s easy to make grey a bit boring… but boring they are not.
All the best. Aly
Thank you AlyDelete
Wonderful looking Virginia's, great start to the Mississippi unit as well. Sure to give the Union troops a tough time with both units.ReplyDelete