I have just about finished the Union component of the Baccus 6mm ACW Boxed Set.
Not bad going for 4 weeks work including a good few distractions.
These will be my Army of the Potomac.
There are 10 artillery bases.
12 bases of infantry, two of them Zouaves.
2 cavalry bases with mounted, dismounted and empty horses.
6 command bases
All the bases are setup for Polemos, 60 x 30 for infantry and cavalry, 30 x 30 for artillery and commanders. I have left room for magnetic labels at the rear of the base.
Since I want to use these figures with other rulesets I have used 20 x 20 sub-bases which magnetically attach to the 60 x 30 base which is topped with steel paper. For example, Longstreet will need as many as ten 20 x 20 sub-bases for each Regiment and a starter Brigade will have three of them so I will need to get a few more infantry.
Attaching them is a doddle.
The painting of 6mm figures is not particularly demanding. I am a month away from being an old age pensioner and I coped with these OK. An 'impressionist' style is acceptable, certainly at tabletop level. I know that better hands and eyes can do more than I have.
So there you are, my Army of the Potomac (actually about 2 brigades but it's a start).
Just a few Johnny Rebs to do now although I expect they will take a little bit longer as they have less regular uniforms.
What do you guys and gals think?