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PM General Beltane
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General Beltane
31st Aug 2016 10:37:15

These are inspiring having just started this period  . What detail ! What is your technique ? Or do I just need to wear magnification lenses to get that level of facial detail and buttons !

People have commented that my painting is good but I would not dare post picvtures after seeing these 

Excellent !


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Email dourpuritan PM dourpuritan
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dourpuritan
1st Sep 2016 11:12:11

They look terrific.


PM lerkker
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lerkker
4th Sep 2016 09:47:58

Hi 

Team Yankee 1861 do you have a link for the German rules? If you could post it that would be great.

thanks much


PM Andreas Hofer
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Andreas Hofer
8th Sep 2016 04:31:26

Sorry lerker :-)

Team Yankee 1861 is a joke ......no rules ;-)

Team Yankee Rules are from Flames of War

 

 


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PM Mollinary
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Mollinary
8th Sep 2016 06:46:44

 

I think he thought your posting name was Team Yankee 1861. The rules he is asking about are the Kugelhagel set you mentioned in your post?  

Mollinary


PM Andreas Hofer
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Andreas Hofer
1st Dec 2016 08:54:11

Berdan Sharpshooters

 

146th New Yourk Volunteers

 

10th Indiana Regiment


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PM Andreas Hofer
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Andreas Hofer
8th Jan 2017 08:50:57

 

Federal Artillery with napoleonic guns

30th Virginia sharpshooters

Boy´s from Georgia.....

.....and Texas......

next regiment will be from Louisiana ....... Tiger Zouaves  


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dourpuritan
9th Jan 2017 11:55:08

Glorious work. I will take on board the dice box idea for use with my own AoF armies. Really like the basing style. I have been loathe to use large vegetation clumps with the small minis, but it really does give a good impression of the more wild scenery of the 1860s American landscape.


PM Glenn Pearce
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Glenn Pearce
9th Jan 2017 06:33:46

Hello Andreas!

Fabulous work as always. Today I painted Berdan Sharpshooters and just noticed your unit. It was a refreshing change from blue, grey, etc., if only for a few hours.

Best regards,

Glenn

 

 


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dourpuritan
9th Jan 2017 06:50:19

Re Berdan's: I like the way three of the figures are wearing various articles of standard uniform.


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