Sunday, November 04, 2007

RSM Heavy Horse --

(note: click on photos for larger versions)


These are photos of some of my RSM95 Hanoverian "heavy" mounted troops. The figures are right out of the packaging -- just bare lead, with no special treatments of any sort.


There are three views of the same figures. On the left is the Hanoverian Horse Grenadier; on the right is their Hanoverian Heavy Cavalry.


Both are cast with open hands and come with a mix of carbines, pistols and swords. If you have a preferred mix, I suggest that you specify it in your order.


The riders and horses are cast separately and there are a variety of different horse poses. I've put the Grenadier on a standing horse and the Heavy Cavalryman on one of their trotting poses.


They have two "galloping" poses -- one with legs bunched and one with legs stretched out. And they have a "rearing" horse pose as well.

Be sure to let them know what horse pose you want.


-- Jeff

3 comments:

Steve said...

I do like that horse grenadier - they'll make a very imposing looking unit in a group!!

A J Matthews said...

Thanks for posting these photos, Jeff. The Hanovarian heavy horse are fine figures, and that horse grenadier does look good. I'm planning to use the type for the Hetzenberg Horse Guards. They sure would look imposing en-masse.

tidders said...

Nice shots of the DPC figs, they look good.

-- Allan