"PEACE" is that brief, glorious
moment in history when everybody stands around reloading.
Great set of casualty figures Fran! They will come in very useful for a multitude of rules.Christopher
Well if you're getting them for realism and effect then it's not bad at all. If you're getting them because you're fascinated by the wounded and dead...then we can worry.
Casualties are great for adding ambience and realism to a battlefield.
"Ol' Johnny Reb's had a whoopin'!"Nice work BTW ;)
I like that guy that appears to be in mid-fall after being shot.
I saw him to, but questioned whether he was shot or doing combat yoga.
Looking really nice Angry L!
Nice work Fran, I think?
Nice job! Every time Ray bugs you, just leave one of those on his desk.
Nice figs, lots of character and great PJ too!Dave
"Ray is slightly concerned!"...not only Ray... :-PNice work Fran. For which rules?Marzio.
Postie has a skirmish set for FIW that I will convert!
There was a massacre here! Really nice work!Phil.
Excellently done. It looks like the aftermath of Picketts charge
Great work Fran, but I think you might need to see a therapist about this current obsession with dead and wounded soldiers....
You could be right!
You can show Ray his future with the casualities.
Excellent work Fran, full of character
honor the dead... or is it honour?
These figures really do tell a story Fran. Nice brushwork and you are clearly out of your painting funk.
Great looking figures, you've finish more there than I've completed this year.Regards,Matt
Very nice paint job Fran !!!best regards Michael
Nice dead people. Well done.
Great job on these Fran!
Nice job on the needy and not-so-needy troops, General. Snacks for your Zombie horde.
Great painting. I love the guy running with the gun.
Good stuff as usual... 'The South is gonna' rise again' is obviously the opening for a new zombie-related theme...
Looking good as normal Fran
Very nice work, Fran.
Good work... not so so bad at all but Ray didn't paint them!ahrrrrrrrrrrgh.... I'm dead!
Great work there Fran just a pity that those Yankees had shot them
I see dead people...
Got to have them Fran. And these ones look great!
Dead good. It's easier making your own for 1/72 or smaller. Anyway, you don't want an empty battlefield unless your opponent uses a disintegrating 'ray gun' weapon...and they were less common during the ACW than you might think...er..ray guns that is. 'Pure dead brilliant', as they say in Glasgow.
I like them, and it's nice to have a record of the carnage. That's one of the things I like about the Total War computer game series,looking at the piles of dead after the battle.
Oh, excellent. I lied on an earlier comment when I said the Secesh prisoners were my favorite figures, these are better!
Now, that's what I call 'Field Grey'...straight to the ground, under the green grass! Excellent work Sir Fran (and great photos) - Ray do you hear??? :-)
The dead figures make it look more realistic. Good work Fran! and lovely pictures Ray!
Where is my comment? Are you messing with me again, because really, you don't want to mess with me right now. I just got back from the grocers and you would not believe the horror of the St. Patricks display. Green fecking mohawks, fecking leprechauns out the arse and worse shite than that. The Spawn took pics of this monstrosity.And if that wasn't bad enough, this arsemonkey of a gamer that I met told me he wished I could speak "American" Yeah, I'm speaking the English language and that's not good enough for the fecker. I wish you were here so you could punch his lights out for me.Anyway, I do like these figures as they tell a story and your brushwork is excellent on them.
Super job on these casualties
Oh the carnage. These war games can never have enough dead bodies littering the battlefield.
Nice Fran, they will add alot to the battlefield.
I would say they are at "The Wheatfield" but the topography is a little too flat for Gettysburg.
These look so cool. I don't know what it is about lifeless corpses that makes me smile....