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  • Royal_Horse_Guards_uniform_%281806%29.jpg

    I liked this uniform of this "Royal Horse Guard" painting.

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    • Does anyone have a better version of this pic of the 3. Polish Chasseurs a Cheval

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      • Chasseurs a Cheval of various French regiments

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        • Not sure if this has been posted before.

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          • Sergeant 18th Line Regiment, 1809

            I painted this figure study a while ago. It's 8 X 10 and done in oils. ~Gary

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            Last edited by garyjd; 19 May 11, 04:07.

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            • Very nice job Gary !
              "To hell wars Grudges and parties ! As our fathers Sing in real friends, The clink of glasses Roses and lilies. The clink of glasses Roses and lilies."

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              • Excellent job Gary and welcome to ACG...

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                • Sneak Peak

                  Here is are some Austrians just finished that will be used for a box cover coming out soon.

                  Austrian Fusilier mail.jpg Austrians Mail.jpg

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                  • Old Guard uniforms

                    And of course, examples of the Guard

                    Chasseur_a_Pied_Bayonet_Drill_sm.jpg Grenadier_Drummer_sm.jpg

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                    • My hat is off to you Dan impressive work.

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                      • Austrian Grenadiers

                        Thanks James. Great site to show historical work. Here are some I just finished this week and the mounted officer today.

                        Austrian Grenadier Officer mail.jpgGrendadiers mail.jpg

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                        • Great work danhochi! I am not an artist but isn't the mounted officer's sabre a bit too short? Or it seems like this because of the point of view?

                          Regards, The Hussar
                          Time is inside of us and we are inside time. It turns us and we turn It.
                          Vasil Levski


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                          • Originally posted by The_Hussar View Post
                            Great work danhochi! I am not an artist but isn't the mounted officer's sabre a bit too short? Or it seems like this because of the point of view?

                            Regards, The Hussar
                            It is a result of the perspective. Lookin up toward the rider as well as the angle of the weapon has caused foreshortening and be aware that it is not a cavalry sabre.

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                            • Originally posted by danhochi View Post
                              Thanks James. Great site to show historical work. Here are some I just finished this week and the mounted officer today.

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                              More more more, pictures are great, keep up the good work/ David Burrows

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                              • Originally posted by danhochi View Post
                                Thanks James. Great site to show historical work. Here are some I just finished this week and the mounted officer today.

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                                Excellent pictures, can't wait to see more.

                                Ed

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