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Now that's what I'd call a proper firing line! This is going to be a very fine set!!
Great work Strelets!
Possible in a future French line and guard firing lines as good as this one?
There is nothing I enjoy more on a Saturday morning than brewing a hot cup of coffee (with caffeine) and sipping it and to discover new Post Cards From Ukraine! "The mail must get through" and the Strelets Team is relentless in taking care of their customers and fans against all odds. You guys are living heroes in my mind. Thank you so much!
Godspeed to the Strelets Team, their families, pets, friends and all of the soldiers in the trenches!
Please keep that mail coming through ...
A wonderful set..
Classic poses, but I think they still sell well...
I would give them a little bit longer legs... :smirk:
Yes, this is true...
In 1815, most people were shorter than today, usually only 165-175 cm.... But the proportions between the upper body and legs don't change.... I learned the 8-zone-rule in drawing classes at school and nothing has really changed about that... :smirk:
Take a look here:
Just when you thought it was safe to say that you had 'enough' British line...
So far that's only six excellent poses of a (presumably) 10–14, plus command.
Fine work again and astounding to have regular Friday updates. Thank you.