So far I've done all of my French. This only amounts to 6 battalions of line infantry plus some skirmishers & officers. But I also decided to finally paint a leger (light) battalion. I did get someone else to paint these troops a long while back. But I wasn't really happy with the results, so I re-did them. I have a second leger battalion to do but I'll do that at a later date.
So here's the French:
And the Prussians: I have more of these. The main reason for this is that when I got back to Napoleonics after a hiatus and decided to do them 28mm, my opponent was playing Polish. So I did Prussians instead. I still have three battalions of Landwehr to re-base. These landwehr are Warlord's plastic and I think they're decidedly average. I might sell them and do some metal battalions. I do have the figures so...
This is sort of a mix of the 7th & 8th Brigades - 1st Korp - 1814 with the addition of Lutzow's Friekorps. The 7th Brigade is interesting. It has the Lieb Battalion which was sort of a grenadier regiment. Not quite guard but better than average - A named regiment. The attached reserve regiment is the 12th Brandenburg Reserve formed around a cadre of Leib veterans. With the attachment of the Thuringian Battalion they form a sort of Light Brigade.
I'm currently painting the final Lutzow Battalion and I'll do the cavalry after that. I think the Friekorps will make a great formation for Sharp Practice. Lots of character, great uniforms and the French hated them because of their raiding actions.
And a final little figure that has been sitting on my table half painted and collecting dust for several years. I've seen a few Sharp Practice game videos and in a couple I've heard mention of a "spy" that is part of the scenario. So after a brushing off the dust here's a suitable spy from Eureka Miniatures.