|North Carolina regiment of Confederates from Scales' Brigade.|
Note the conversion of the figure on the left into a flag bearer on the right.
Figures from CTS (Classic Toy Soldiers)
|Armistead's Brigade deployed with a brigade frontage of two regiments |
and a supporting third regiment forming a second line.
Alternative Tabletop Plan
|Confederate regiments from Kemper's Brigade awaiting the application of ground terrain.|
|Ground level view of one of the Confederate regiments.|
So after basing the remaining 7 Union and 5 Confederate regiments, then I will go back to painting Union regiments. I want to increase the Union army from 8 regiments to 12 regiments. That will give me 12 regiments per side all ready to go and play on the tabletop. That means that I have 3 to 6 regiments per side that I need to paint going forward after the Union side reaches 12 regiments.
I am well ahead of schedule in terms of my painting so I might take a little break and start working on some of the terrain that I will need for the game. I'm looking at about 36 feet of post and rail turnpike fencing to cover the 18 foot long Emmitsburg Road in my game. Yikes!