Confederate artillery is coming along.
Chevaux de Frise from Renedra below. More than 14 feet of it if I put them all beside each other! Fortunately I found a fairly easy/fast way to paint these. I did a heavy spray of GW Rhinox Hide, then a medium "dusting" spray of GW Mornfang Brown, and finally a light "dusting" spray of GW Zandri Dust. Then I just used a good old fashioned paint brush to hit the tips of the spikes with GW Bleached Bone.
Mr. Dan Kerrick stopped by over the weekend for a short time and helped get the railroad tracks along. Tracks are from 4Ground Publishing (MDF). I was able to finish them up on Sunday evening. 4 sections at 18" each to cover the 6' width of the table. I mounted these to thick plasticard and used cork board for the track bed (used an exacto knife to angle the edges). Then some white glue and Woodland Scenics medium brown sand.
Fortunately the TO DO pile is getting smaller. Hoping to be finish the final 4 Confederate guns by this Friday evening/Saturday morning. Then complete the remaining gabion sections and cut the foam for the Vicksburg defenses - then it is buildings!