If you are familiar with the 'Blucher' set of rules by Sam Mustafa, here is an adaptation of them for ACW. The group has further provided OB and scenario information at the brigade level for gaming the Battles of Antietam and Gettysburg . oldmeldrumwargamesgroup.com/blucher-acw-scenarios/
Alas, I get my 2mms made at the local library and the place is shut down due to Covid. The troops are just sitting there, waiting to be painted. The Antietam table - my first ever miniatures effort - lays empty!
Gnarr. The work-around of using cardboard units is uninspiring.
Thanks, I'm not familiar with Blucher but Altar of Freedom seems to tick all the boxes. There are also some great threads here already on ACW so it has been very good inspiration.
I've also decided to upscale by 50% to 3mm! Mostly because some friends have 1/600th Ironclads, so anything I do will fit well with those.
I've printed a few samples and I have mucked around with the sizing, and I am using the Dangercat series upscaled to 140% (150% seemed too big). I also printed some of Robs ACW figures (ragged skimishers) and they came out much hefter than the dangercat series.
Also in an effort to conserve filament and am printing thinner bases. I've moved the models down 0.5mm on the build plate (so that means is the first 0.5mm of the base wont be printed).