Sunday, May 19, 2019

The Battle of Berryville - 3rd September 1864 - Sheridan's Valley Campaign




I have just uploaded a few images of the Battle of Berryville ACW game we played today at the local club. I will complete a battle report later this week....so until then please enjoy the images.

Regards

Nathan






















































16 comments:

Norm said...

Lovely visuals, everything is so ‘texture rich’ really enjoyed the post, this is everything that figures should be.

Vinnie said...

Thank you Norm the ACW period is a great period to game.

Regards

Vinnie

Phil said...

Spectacular, I really like your wonderful terrain and the little scenettes, they add a lot!

rross said...

Fantastic figures, terrain and photography - stupendous Nathan!

Friends Of General Haig said...

Wow - a stunning looking game.

Michal Kucharski DwarfCrypt said...

Fantastic!

Vinnie said...

Thanks again for the great comments everyone. I will hopefully have a battle report together this week for you.

Regards

Nathan

Andrew Parr said...

Great thanks Vinman, Did you do the basing? It looks your style, very nice either way.
Which rules were you using?
Gaston

AJ (Allan) Wright said...

Stunning!

Carlo said...

Beautiful looking game as always Nathan. Great to see that the great Greg Blake has infiltrated the Sergeants mess and is playing in such a fine array of games as well. Great to see.

Jay White said...

Absolutely beautiful looking game. Well done and thanks for the pictures!

Vinnie said...

Thanks everyone for the great comments and I am very sorry I have not written up a after action report. I will get there one day I promise.

Regards

Vinnie

Unknown said...

Absolutely inspiring. May I ask you the size of the basing of your 6 x 28mm figures? Thank you. Lorenzo

Vinnie said...

Hi Lorenzo the bases are 50mm x 40mm for the infantry.

Regards

Nathan

Unknown said...

Thank you Vinnie. They look awesome. How do you base your cavalry and artillery instead?
Lorenzo

Vinnie said...

Hi Lorenzo,

The cavalry are 50 x 50mm bases and the artillery is 50 x 60mm bases...I think. The commands are various shapes and sizes.

Regards

Nathan