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French Line Infantry, Fusiliers 1815

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The 54th line took part in the first great Infantry assault at Waterloo, having marched across Europe and the world for 20 years.  The conscript citizens' army had been created to protect the new Republic from the aristocratic powers all around.  They had wild success and were transformed by it.  

The figures have black surrounds and there is a detailed 'earth' sheet for figure bases.  The cannon axel is fine with a match stick but a 50mm long, 4mm diameter bolt is better!  The pdf sheets include the mirror reflections and fold lines to enable easy construction. 

Walkerloo 1:35 scale DIY miniatures.  Expressive illustrations for war gaming, toy playing and nice displays...

walkerloo printfantry in action

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Christopher W January 02, 2019 12:29 pm UTC
Errr... they would look a little bit smaller! .... ;0) ,,, But seriously I do know of other Walkerloo commanders who print and make their armies smaller, Steve in Australia prints his troops at 15mm (I seem to recall?). Here is a pic, on my Blog and it happens to be the 1815 French fusiliers... although without a scale reference it's hard to discern. As for ease of construction - practise makes perfect or at least defines your personal efficaciousness ;0) thanks for your interest!
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Peter P December 22, 2018 2:53 am UTC
just curious, they are 1/35, if I were reduce them to half size (~1/72) how would they look? and would it still be possible to cut them out?
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This title was added to our catalog on April 30, 2010.