In between games and other hobby stuff I've been painting a British line infantry regiment for the project, the 9th (East) Norfolk regiment of foot. At a head count of 26 pieces and the complexity of British uniforms (compared to the Roosians) it's been a slow process, not made any easier by a bad back, but they are done now thankfully. As you'd expect, the figures are from Great War Miniatures, flags from North Star and bases from Warbases ~
With the base sizes I chose for the project there is scope for turning each base into a small diorama, though it is more challenging for the British than the Roosians given the lesser base depth. The sculptors have helped of course as the poses and variety often suggest possible groupings as you sort out and clean up the figures for spray undercoating ~
From my perspective what would help enormously would be a pack of officers and sergeant; say two of each for the flank companies and one of each for the centre companies. While you can source these from existing packs you end up with superfluous ensign figures. I wonder what Aly and Dave make of my idea?
I suppose in the light of Black Bottle Bill's view the next section might include a warning such as 'Includes Wargames Standard Figures', but boogar that, here goes anyway ~