Here are 288 Prussian Landwehr for Glenn's army. These AB sculpts are glorious, but too uniform to my eye. I tried to give these the look of partially uniformed troops. The hats are all the same shade, and most of the trousers are grey, but the coats are various colors (mostly blues).
I painted up four regiments each for six regions.
East Prussian Landwehr
West Prussian Landwehr
While I was basing these, I finished painting the Prussian Jager. I should have those on the blog soon.
Warlord Games ran a special over Christmas: sprues for $3.25 and free shipping. I do not usually paint plastic figures, but that price was too good to pass up. I bought a few sprues as samples to see how I liked their line. I bought some Greek hoplites, which I did not care for and probably will never paint, British infantry in stovepipe shako, early Russian infantry, and French chasseurs a cheval, line lancers, and hussars.
These are the two hussars. The sprue lacked muskets, but everything else was there. I painted these as 9th Hussars c. 1809.
The poses are very nice, and the detail on the plastic figures is crisp.
The pelisses would benefit from more of an undercut around the sleeves. The faces were workmanlike, but a little plain.
I don't know if I will buy a whole box of these or not. I may just use these as display figures.