It was famous paintings such as French Cuirassiers charging the Black Watch (42nd Highlanders) in their beautiful scarlet red at the Battle of Waterloo, by Felix Philippoteaux in the library books in first grade that hooked me into military miniatures.
These masters, as well as all the previous masters and releases bring back those first memories of opening the library books and stirring my imagination. I sure hope when it comes time to make the action sets - shooting - defensive poses - you will include of course one, two or three casualties both standing and on the ground. I keep a box of your Highlanders casually standing around on my desk with my Beau Geste Foreign Legion just to look at and admire. Just like going to the school library but now I have the men in the paintings in my hands.