These are Russian generals by Warlord Games. They are very nice figures, just a shame they didnt bother to sculpt different horses – there are various head and arm options, but only one horse to choose from. As far as I know these are compatible with both the 1808-1809 and 1812 campaigns, or even later.
These are some Russian dragoons for 1812 and post-1812 campaigns which I painted a few years back. I think they are painted as the Kargopol dragoons.
Actually, they are more like 1805 Russians, but this uniform version is very nice. And they are great sculpts by Paul Hicks, available from Brigade Games (formerly they were sold by Victrix). These are meant as opponents of the Swedish/Finnish that I have shown in other posts!
I am painting these Russian jägers for the war in Finland of 1808. I have quite a long way to go before I can match my Swedes, but little by little… The figures are made by Brigade Games, sculpted by Paul Hicks. The detail is perfect. Only problem is that they are so well-made thatContinue reading “26th jägers 1805”
I am slightly unsure about the uniform on this figure, please let me know if you notice any inaccuracies. This certainly is a lovely figure by Perry, although some details are very small so that it was a bit tricky to paint. This will work both as a leader for my Mariupol hussars and asContinue reading “Russian hussar officer”