28mm Dixon ACW Figures
I haven't been gaming much recently (just a little DBA / HOTT), but I have been
spending some time at the painting table. These guys are my latest creation and are hot of the table and ready to hit the tabletop!
I painted this unit as a late war consolidated CSA Infantry unit, the 15th and 30th TN
Infantry. They fought at the Battle of Franklin in Nov. 1864 as part of Brig. Gen. Thomas
Benton Smith's brigade (Cheatham's Corps & Bate's Division). Other units in the brigade included the 2nd/10th/20th/37th TN Infantry, the 37th GA Inf. and the 4th Battalion GA Sharpshooters. The brigade was fortunate to have been engaged on the Federal west flank, where the fighting was less intense. At the battle of Franklin, the brigade suffered 47 killed, 253 wounded and 19 missing.
I have a unit of Federals on the painting table right now and I'm making a bunch
of rail fences. I don't like shopping much with my wife, but I don't put up much
of a fight when she wants to go to the arts & crafts stores. I can always find something
useful for gaming! I recent picked up some bags of cheap cut wooden sticks that make
perfect 28mm fence posts!
|The boys advancing through a farm! It's a Hovel's barn and a|
Perry plastic fence. I really like Hovel's buildings.
|A close up of the TN boys getting ready for some action! The|
Dixon figs have some odd sized heads, but have a lot of
character and charm!
|Back of the unit. I included two flags since it's a|
consolidated unit...why not?!
|The command stand.|
|I like the figure waving his hat!|
|This is a large regiment for "Johnny Reb 2". This is a 25 figure unit|
representing 500 men.