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Some really well done masters; this (these?) set(s) really look to be a great step for the hobby that I think started with your French Napoleonic Army Camp Set. Again, kudos for the improved sculpting.
I think these are lovely looking figures, the only thing I am wondering about is the size of the standard. It looks a bit large for a cavalry standard, but as I know very little about German cavalry standards ...
What is not to like ?........no use in the desert that`s what ! but they look like very good sets and agree with the comments on sculpting.
Beautiful Brunswick hussars!
Steve, the size of the standard/guidon is a moot point as they did not carry one. That figure will need to be put to another use, if it remains.
...really amazing sculpting but what about some ww2 (or even ww1) stuff???
Next time maybe...
Perhaps the mounted flag bearer could be used as part of a headquarters section.
I love Strelets new sculpting style, the detail is fantastic, but it is thrown away with basic errors like a flag in a Prussian/Brunswick hussar unit and three flags per set of Brunswick Life Infantry, when none were carried.
Beautiful figures indeed !
It is an original subject very well created by Strelets. One more !
The civilians are top !
If only Strelets could do the same cavalry poses but with the French Chasseurs à cheval de la Garde !
That my friends would be so great !
Or with a French Hussars regiment ?
Patrice from Paris, (but currently writing from Libanon)