I am currently building out my Napoleonic armies to one day be able to fight the entire Napoleonic Wars using an updated version of my game Napoleon in Europe (let's call it '2') for the strategic side and my Napoleonic Command & Colors rules for the Tactical Battles. In the shorter run, I want to be able to play the following campaigns: 1806, 1807, 1812, 1813.
To that end Scott MacPhee is painting up my Russian army, and I have contracted Artmaster Studio in the UK to paint up a selection of French Allies. The first few units have arrived, and I based them up ready for gaming.
Two units of Bavarian Infantry (Front Rank). A third is in the works.
A unit of Wurtemberg Infantry (Front Rank). A second is in the works.
A unit of Wutemberg Chevau-Leger (Front Rank). These were painted by Fernando Painting Service in Sri Lanka.
Two units of Westphalian Infantry (Elite Miniatures). I'm thinking about adding another couple of units, but using Paul Hicks' new Saxon scuplts. I know there are a few differences in uniform and kit, but I think the differences are minor, and the sculpts are really, really nice.
A unit of Italian Guards (Front Rank).
A unit of Italian Grenadier Infantry (Front Rank).
A unit of Fusilier Infantry from the Grand Duchy of Warsaw (Paul Hicks sculpts painted by Roger Murrow).
A unit of Grenadier Infantry from the Grand Duchy of Warsaw (Paul Hicks sculpts painted by Roger Murrow).
A unit of Voltigeur Infantry from the Grand Duchy of Warsaw (Paul Hicks sculpts painted by Roger Murrow).
A unit of Imperial Guard Lancers...just because (Perry Miniatures/ Artmaster Studios). I may use them for Polish Uhlans in a pinch.
I have the following uits still planned:
1 Zastrow Cuirassier
1 Lieb Guard
1 Queen's Dragoons
I'll use French Hussars and Dragoons as needed for allies as the differences are slight.
Can't wait to get Borodino, or Friedland, or Bautzen, or Lutzen, or Eylau on the table.