Hi Scott Emhars figures are good as they depict troops as moving in difficult terrain ,facing the uphill Sebastopol defences was rough country uphill and under fire.Many dont like the Emhars poses but unless you've been in the military you wouldnt really appreciate how exhaustive it is being under fire and even worse....caught in crossfire . No place for parade ground antics.Just advancing ducking shot shell tripping over wounded and rocks.etc especialy when little or no solid cover. The muskets length in undergrowth could tangle and trip one up as well if not held appropriately. Most troop assaults were frontal and uphill towards the Russian Defences.Only problem with the emhars weapons are they are thin and paint flakes off them easily.
After Turkish Infantry I aspire to see CW Allied Artillery produced ponder...
1st Allied Set
1 gun British RFA gun limber and crew,
2 guns a Royal Horse Artillery gun limber and foot and limber crew drivers and caisson and
1 gun Royal Navy gun and crewed with Sailors Marine sentries.
horse drawn carts laden with ammo/supplies
2nd Allied set
2 guns French Artillery 2 limber and caisson
1 gun Turkish Artilery crew limber
1 gun Sardinian crew limber
A signal /heliograph-semaphore tower/ be good for command set also
these sets could comprise a Strelets BIG BOX 900 series
RHA could be used as French Artilery vice versa
this lot being produced would really shut me up...chuckle