Right, let's get on with it . . .
- They're all AB and still in production.
- The faces are simply a pale flesh washed in ink, but I had to pick out a few bits because it wasn't such a success.
- The horses are layered acrylics, but the two chestnuts have had a coat of GW Gryphonne Sepia Wash (why do those buggers make up such stupid names?).
- The two brigadiers (the first two figures) have (deliberately) the wrong colour cuffs and collars. That's because I like'em that way and these guys were noted for altering uniform regulations to suit themselves – see Murat, Boney's brother-in law, who was as thick as the proverbial, but who fancied himself as a bit of a Vivienne Westwood.