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The piece by Steve Turner about building match-stick armies (LW 166) was a wonderful choice for the January Sample Article! Steve wrote a series of articles about his Seven Years War campaign on land and sea, which also contained directions for creating 6mm units and houses (LW 161-170). His series was full of creative and imaginative campaign ideas.

Unfortunately, the Seven Year War period has always been intimidating to me because the figures from that era are difficult for me to paint. However, the article on match-stick armies was especially interesting because it could be used to prepare large armies inexpensively for an American Civil War campaign and that was exactly what I wanted to do.

Last summer I found several long balsa sticks that had been painted blue or gray previously. Unable to recall their purpose, I made them into more Federal and Confederate infantry regiments and doubled the size of both armies. Later I remembered that I had planned to cover the front of those balsa sticks with paper pictures of French and British Napoleonic soldiers—which I never found.  Again, I had lost interest before completing the project. But, due to forgetfulness, I now had a huge collection of American Civil War match-stick (balsa) units.

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The piece by Steve Turner about building match-stick armies (LW 166) was a wonderful choice for the January Sample Article! Steve wrote a series of articles about his Seven Years War campaign on land and sea, which also contained directions for creating 6mm units and houses (LW 161-170). His series was full of creative and imaginative campaign ideas.

Unfortunately, the Seven Year War period has always been intimidating to me because the figures from that era are difficult for me to paint. However, the article on match-stick armies was especially interesting because it could be used to prepare large armies inexpensively for an American Civil War campaign and that was exactly what I wanted to do.

Last summer I found several long balsa sticks that had been painted blue or gray previously. Unable to recall their purpose, I made them into more Federal and Confederate infantry regiments and doubled the size of both armies. Later I remembered that I had planned to cover the front of those balsa sticks with paper pictures of French and British Napoleonic soldiers—which I never found.  Again, I had lost interest before completing the project. But, due to forgetfulness, I now had a huge collection of American Civil War match-stick (balsa) units.


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