*These figs can be used for Grenadiers, Carabiniers, Jaegers or Musketeers.
Pavlovski Grenadier, advancing
Pavlovski Grenadier, marching
Pavlovski Cmd (3)
Other Russian Guards identical to Line Grenadiers
Russian Regiment packs
Each with 2 40 fig batts, Grenadier Line or Jeagers
RDP 2 Russian Infantry Division
Contains six rgts each of two 40 fig batts four Line and two Jaeger. Mtd batt/Brigade/Div
command and a five piece artillery battery is included
RDP 3 Russian Grenadier Division
Contains six rgts each of two 40 fig batts Mtd batt/Brigade/Div command and a five
piece artillery battery is included
Artillery Battery packs
RBATT 3 5 6pdr gun battery with towed and deployed guns, crews, limbers and 4 horse
RBATT 4 5 12pdr gun battery with towed and deployed guns, crews, limbers and 6 horse
RHBAT 2 Battery of 6 six pdr guns with
with 12 horse teams,limbers,mtd
and deployed crews, mtd and dismtd Officers, horse holders and standing horses
DIVISION PACK ADD ON PACKS
This pack contains 5 limbers and teams for the artillery battery and regiment Hussars
Cavalry Brigade packs
contains 2 28 figure regiments
Hussars. As above with front rank armed with lance
Mounted Jeager( Chasseurs)
RNP 1 Russian Personalities,
Generals and ADC’s
Includes specific figs for The Tsar, Kutuzov, Bragation, Grand Duke Constantine and
Platov. As well as other Generals there is included a range of ADC’s including specific
figs for the Tsars ADC’s.
The file is a PNG type and drawn at four times actual size. So for accurate size
they need to be printed at 25% though I suggest you try printing at 30% for more
colourful effect. Click on the above image Save the image onto your computer.
If you have a good printer then print it on good paper ( as thin as possible). If
you only have the thicker photo paper this can be used to but best to peel some thickness
of the paper.
If your printer not up to the job then either use a mates or print the flags at full
size and then colour photo copy down to the correct size.
Another option is to take the file on a data stick to a copy type shop and get them
to print it for you, laser printer is good as the laser inks are waterproof.
Once you have a print cut to size, fold the flag around a rod ( compass point, tooth
pick) add a little PVA glue to the end opposite the pole end then line up the ends
of the flag but leaving the pole end unglued and open.
Slip the flag over the pole and using a toothpick add some gluge into the open section
and preferably with tweezers close up the flag working from open end to pole.. Phew
I know sounds complex but takes a lot longer to read how to do than to do it!
Once its in place give it a bit of animation ( be gentle) then when happy brush on
a little PVA glue or acryilic varnish and leave to dry. Then go in with some silver
or gold to touch up the white paper edges.
Each rgt had one coloured and one white guidon
The Artwork is original though the research is from Terry Wise Napoleonic flags,
great series of books always worth grabbing if you see copies.