First up are a pair of sergeant's, armed with partizans, they are escorts for the Porte Drapue you will see in the Nostalgia round.
They have gear for the field, unlike most of these so they are will also make good lackey/servant type characters to the main Swashbucklers.
Drummer, I don't know that En Garde will need musician types but he could be handy in some scenarios.
French Drummers were the King's livery in regiments not associated with a specific noble family.
There swordsmen, I did some modification the two closets cutting them off an pinning them back one so they are looking forward not back like the one on the left.
The Centre officer had a flag staff in his off hand but I cut that off so as to make him look like he is fencing.
there is a nice sense of balance to this figure
The second officer taking aim and clutching a map or message in the other hand.
He also carries his own pack something this troops probably appreciate I mad this guy a little dirtier than the others. It just seemed right for the man.
Two Mustachioed soldiers with partisans clearly standing guard some place.
On most of these I went very light on the shading but Dirtied up the white gaiters as they get very dirty after only a short time in the field. (I know from personal experience)
Finally I have the last Porte Drapue I have not yet given him flag because I haven't decided if I want to give him the Colonels colors or those of another regiment.
That's another 10 25mm figures for 50 more points in addition to using them for En Garde they should be handy for the Pirate themed game at the Huzzah! Convention (you will see some more relating to that latter).
Not Frostgrave?! Mon Dieu! :)
Nice work Adam. I quite like that pistol armed officer who is dashing forward and the last standard bearer who is showing a 'good leg'. Is 'En Guarde' out yet? I thought it was due later this month? Speaking of Osprey rules, has anyone tried 'Black Ops'? I'm curious to know what it's like.
50 Points for you Mr. Carriere - Well done!