Outdoors and the camera appears challenged.
Actually it is the user who has it on manual without knowing how to do the settings.
Best switch to automatic.
There's me boys!
And as they are for use with Napoleon's Battles,
let's try them out in some other formations.
These would be classed as 20FrLC.
At the maximum size for a cavalry unit,
they sure take up a bit of space.
The classic rear shot.
Something different - eagle eye view.
And trying to be artsy
That white smudge really is the moon.
In loading that last shot I know see that I've bent one of the swords. Doh!
However I also see that the photo nicely displays the work I went to in cutting out the reins.
The AB figures are a delight to paint, although some of the dragoon moulds appear to be a bit past their prime. The dragoons with muskets are I believe a newer sculpt and much sharper in comparison to the other figures. There is even a flaw in one pose which has been cast without the front belt, you probably noticed my poor attempt to paint one on.
I've another 12 dragoons to do and then I will have the force I need for the French at Austerlitz.