As mentioned previously, these figures are produced by Irregular Miniatures and are really rather nice. For pics of figures which haven't been compromised by my painting and photography have a look at: http://www.irregularminiatures.co.uk/
Painting, as one might expect in so small a scale was fairly basic, although thinking about it my painting of any scale is pretty basic... The figures come cast in strips for infantry (2-3 ranks in various lengths) and cavalry and guns are in pairs. I sprayed everything matt black and then drybrushed on the base colour (blue, grey or red). A smaller brush is used to paint a 'stripe' of flesh at face level. My Infantry and cavalry are based on 30x15mm card.
Here we see an heroic Confederate division of 3 brigades being assailed by two stronger Yankee divisions. All 3 have attached artillery deployed in support.
These are cavalry from my 'red' army.
Here we see 'blue' artillery in a redoubt.
I also have command (left) and army HQ (right) stands.
Finally, 'at the rear with the beer and the gear', wagon trains. The board (a felt faced cork notice board) is marked up in 7.5cm squares. The hills are cork tiles faced with felt. The 'woods' are green panscrubs sliced up and drybrushed. By inverting both board and hills (move the toys first!) we get 'desert' terrain!