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Well done, Strelets team!
Usual stuff in very unusual times...as the saying went when Britain was under attack in 1940/41, 'Stay calm and carry on'.
Great figures, looking like a very welcome set of 1815 British infantry 'in square'.
My thoughts and prayers are with you and yours.
As the others have said, wonderful masters and even more wonderful to hear from you!
All the very best possible to you and all in Ukraine,
Amazing you post this, huge admiration for the Ukrainian people and Strelets figures give me great pleasure , so have bought some more today and giving to red cross Ukraine appeal wish I could do more
Not the least bit deserty, but very good none the less.
The kneeling pose is not right, he cannot hold that position for long, it needs to be more "relaxed" so if required he can stay in position for some time.
Yes i agree his arms need to be closer to his body, not out stretched. But at least theres no foradge caps and they have bayonets fixed.
The butt of the musket needs to be a lot closer to the knee on the ground, and the kneeling guys knee (upright) is higher than the standing guys, now as we are all different heights that is ok for some , but not all poses.