Here are more figures from Blue Moon's Napoleonic range. These are Grenzers marching, which can be a tough find. Most manufacturers have their Grenzers in shooting poses, but they were not exclusively skirmish infantry. I have struggled to find acceptable figures for my 1809 Austrian army, so these Blue Moon figures definitely fill a need for me.
I painted these as the 13th Grenz Regiment, from Nordmann's division in 1809. Yes, I do know that most Grenzers were in white by then. I like my Grenzers to wear brown. The Austrian army already has enough white!
The marching infantry come in three poses, but they are very similar. I think two are looking ahead and one is looking slightly to the left, and the three have slightly different grips on their muskets.
I used one of GMB's 15mm flags, which are very nice. I rarely use anything else any more. The figures have good raised detail for the braiding on the trousers. Were I feeling more ambitious, I would try to replicate the black and yellow braid. As it is, I will settle for yellow.
I went with red for the rolled overcoats. Again, most Grenzers probably would have switched over to grey overcoats by 1809, but this is a chance to add a splash of color to my Austrian army.
So overall these are very nice figures. I think one of the more obscure manufacturers makes marching Grenzers, but Blue Moon are the first I have been able to get my hands on. I guess you could use Hungarian infantry in shakos for close order Grenzers, but you will not have the distinctive hair styles.