|This is closer to how it appears to me, but that light hits it pretty starkly.|
On deck is McClellan and then Meade at this high level of army command and then I go down a level. Each lower level of command gets a smaller base and less accompanying figures so they should be easier to finish as we go. Since Lee was the only peerless field commander, all the other Confederates are on smaller bases.
I do love these Old Glory figures, but I am often reminded that they are very impressionistic - often details suggest something and are kind of blobby. Somehow it all works, but I'm often left wondering what the hell something is on many figures. Sometimes it's weird artifacts from the casting process and at other times it appears intentional, but to my mind remains a mystery.
I will be trimming down some of these sabre-length bayonets in future.
Thanks for looking - questions, comments and followers are welcomed and encouraged.