So I painted my first 6mm Building yesterday, it's been years since I painted a building and that was 28mm.
And that's the first part of of the magic of 6mm, the terrain, in 28mm and even 15mm, buildings are HUGE, on my table a single one story bulding takes up alot of room, If you try and make a hamlet half the table gets use up.
With 6mm you can have lots of buildings with out loosing alot of table space.
Same with trees, making a forest takes up half the table, same with rivers, hedges ect.
The Second magic of 6mm is is the depth, while I do feel baccus takes up to much forntage, they have very small depth, at 2 deep the formation are really shallow.
The 3rd Magic of 6mm, is this, this is the 52nd regiment of foot, and they are totaly inaccurate, as the 52nd is light infantry they would have had the stovepipe shako not the belgic shako, but at 6mm, who is going to notice.