All the figures are Adler and most of the dead and dying are bought from the two casualty packs but I had to bend and twist the command elements, though the drummer got away without a scratch.
I also plan a square or two but need to get an order in first so I have the poses. Both right and left hand rows have come away scot free, the canister seems to have torn the heart out of the column.
Most of the Voltigeurs have already been dispatched as the trail of bodies show, though other PBI are also left behind. I even had a spare shako I could add to the base for further effect.
All the casualty figures are different poses adding to the effect. The one in the middle has a separate shako that you glue into the back of the head so it really looks like it is falling off.
I based them a little too close together so you can't see as easily as I would like so I guess I will have to do another one, or two :-)
From Curt:Now that is a very tiny, but very characterful vignette. I did a similar base of these a few years ago using the same figures and am reminded of the incredible detail that is packed into these 6mm castings. Actually, I quite like that you based them closed-up as historically that is pretty much how compressed they would be within a column formation - very terrifying and grisly stuff (for which the trail of casualties greatly reinforces). Great work Ian!