Sunday, 10 February 2013

Artillery from the South.

For the Gettysburg refight I will need three guns and crew for the Division that I am doing and I also need to come up with two more guns and crew for my share of the Corp artillery.

These guys are all from Foundry. Bought several years ago but finally now they have some paint. They are a mixture of a number of sets, some of which were going to be Union but because of this game they have been pressed into Confederate service.

A variety of bronze and iron barreled guns.





30 comments:

  1. Stunning work there Roger :)


    Best Regards

    Hobbyworker.

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  2. Greate paint work !!!

    Nice with the reb flag in the back:)

    Best regards Michael

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  3. Nice, very nice addition, great work on those guns!
    Phil.

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  4. Great work there Rodger and I hope there get the correct fuses to blast those Yankees

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  5. Beautiful work on the guns and crews!
    Regards
    Bruno

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  6. That's a fine looking artillery battery

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  7. Very nice figurines and photo. Poors yankees ;)

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  8. These look great Roger and pressing the guns into Rebel service rather fits

    Ian

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  9. Gorgeously painted and displayed, Rodger. Best, Dean

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  10. That's a great looking row of rebel artillery!

    Christopher

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  11. Love, love, love Foundry figures. Smashing looking unit sir. And the background is perfect!

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  12. They look great Rodger, like the fences too

    Craig

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  13. Nice work, time to pound something into dust!

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  14. Very, very nice figurines and photo.

    Slawek.

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  15. Lots of character in these Arty troops. The Foundry figures are beautifully rendered by your painting skills, Rodger.

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  16. Very nice mate, wouldn't want to be a Yankee marching towards those!

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  17. Nice. Should be blasting out some damage on the table top and looking good why they do it.
    cheers

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  18. That is going to be some game, looking forward to the report and pictures on this.

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  19. Fantastic work Sir Rodger. :)
    Funny thing is I always supported the Southerners...(not for the slavery obviously), but, because they were always outnumbered. :)

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  20. Impressive Artillery Rodger, well done!

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  21. Great looking guns and a beaut set-up for the piccies too!

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