The counter-attack on d’Erlon by the Netherlands troops and the Inniskilling dragoons : The French
The French infantry will have been in their greatcoats: this will allow me to utilise a much larger source of models as ample application of plastacine can mask many a ‘wrong’ original uniform!
The 241 French model soldiers finished: cut and Plasticine added; sealed with nail varnish! Painted.
Soldier reeling away from a horse: converted from a Crimea War Russian artilleryman
Some French soldiers are starting to turn away..............
Converted from Crimea Zouaves
Converted from Napoleonic French dismounted dragoon
Converted from Airfix American WW1 wounded soldier
Converted from a Crimea War Russian infantryman
HaT French infantry of the period but with foul weather shako covers and the greatcoats - in bright plastacine colours !
Converted from Airfix American War of Independance american, was crawling, now wounded
Originally an Airfix WW1 British infantryman, now a wounded French soldier in 1815
Changing Armies !
These 3 French soldiers started life as representing different counties: HaT British infantry NCO, Scottish private and Polish drummer respectively...
A voltigeur - originally an ACW Confederate
An old favourite! Airfix 1815 infantryman but with more realistic legs...
..were Starlets Crimea British infantry
Converted from Napoleonic French dismounted dragoon: was crawling, now
Was: British Light Brigade cavalryman
Now: wounded french infantryman
foot infantry now fleeing French infantry!
Wounded soldier converted from ACW Federal standing soldier