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Smart looking rebels.


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That's a really good way to go, they look great
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I am still painting up my 10mm DBACW armies and once I have got some bases at Partizan I can get them based up.

In the interim I thought I would try some of my old 28mm ACW on bigger DBACW compatatible bases.

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I used 60 by 40mm bases. Figures are Redoubt with a couple of Foundry figures thrown in. Although I had to add a little extra height to the Foundry figures to match.

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My ACW basing is influenced by the David Greenspan Chancellorsville picture.
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Splendid figures, Mark, and I remember a teacher at school showing us a book of these battle scenes. Still awesome even now.

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Beautifully painted and based figures.


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Those ACW figures are really very good.
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Splendid, splendid and splendid !
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