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Dear Mr Strelets,
what about some far east themes for today...
...or some Gallipoli troops!!!
Many thanks, any subject you choose!!!
Yes, Gallipoli figures would be very interesting but What about Austrian Hussars at rest for the napoleonic wars??
Some Austrian Hussars would be nice. But not at rest. Either in action or standing ready for orders.
I would be worried about how the horses are sculpted though. I see in the latest PSR review for the Austrian Uhlans that they again highlight the horses as unrealistic. They didnt like the flag bearer either.
But what I would really like to see is more masters for some infantry sets in square! Especially British/KGL & Brunswickers!
Has to be desert figures, we have practically been starved of them of late....:innocent:
Yes Brunswickers doing anything, there is very few sets available, we need the same amount of sets that the barvarians have.
We also need cavalry and artillery please.:nerd_face:
Real French fusiliers or a in the right proportions mixed set of fusiliers and elites, or Russian musketeers in great coats or jaeger, both in fighting mode or ....... so much to think of, so little time to paint them and set them up.
Yes I agree anything Brunswicker, or Hanovarian.
But and this is a big but any horses that get sculpted need to be correct in proportions(not the useless plump short necked small headed things that we have been offered of late) plus NO FLAG BEARER in cavalry sets its a waste of a figure( if wanted we can convert)
Other than that keep up the good work 😇
P.S. bayonets on muskets please and foradge caps.
Will they be deserty, Byz[antine]y, or tri-corner cappy? Or maybe Strelets needs a vacation for a week. :hugging_face:
Perhaps if we hold out a little longer the US cavalry will appear!
(Or Confederate cavalry would do - I am not too fussy)
So Friday comes to a close and not even a gone fishing sign from Mr Strelets