These figures have actually been in the painting queue for over a year. With no major project to work on, I'm able to flit around from work to work, and this week I landed on these AB Brits.
This unit is painted as the 5th Foot in the 1806-1812 uniform. The figures I used are AB-B03 (officer), AB-B04 (drummer), AB-B10 (infantry centre company order arms), AB-B11 (infantry flank company order arms), and AB-B12 (ensign standing bare pole).
Bases are from Litko and flags are from GMB. I don't think I've seen the 15mm GMB flags anywhere else on the web. I don't even think I've read a review of them.
They come six to a sheet for the same price (£3.30 with shipping) as the 28mm flag sheets. At today's exchange rates, that's $5.38 for six flags, or about $.90 per flag. That's expensive, but I spent $17 on figures for this unit and don't mind spending an extra $1.79 on flags.
The flags are printed on the same good quality paper as GMB's 28mm flags, which presents a small problem. The paper is a little too thick to comfortably bend at these small dimensions. I had a tough time getting the waves in the flag and still keeping the edges even. If you look closely at the regimental colors above, you can see where I had to paint the edges of the flag to keep a wide strip of white showing.
Still, I'll be using these flags almost exclusively with my 15mm miniatures. They set the unit off very well.
Last time I compared some figures I painted just now with some that I painted four years ago. Today I'm comparing these 15mm AB Brits with the 15mm Old Glory Brits I painted two years ago.