Minor update this time, but once again something "on public request" (regards to Regulator of Sweetwater fame): Two Napoleonic miniatures representing seasoldiers of the British Royal Navy:
Admittedly, I'm not a fan of Rob Baker's 'expressionistic' style. His models with their prolonged extremities, big hands and bulky faces tend to look more like apes than human beings. On the other hand the raised detail makes painting a lot easier. However, in my judgement, there are some mistakes or inaccuracies, mainly in combining uniform details from different periods.
[edit: As laid down in the comments, it was pointed out to me that these miniatures were, in fact, sculpted by Nick Collier (recently working for Renegade & TAG). It doesn't change my judgement, but Mr Baker is exonerated - in this case!]
Anyway, I'm not an expert at all, and these miniatures will just do fine for our skirmish games. (At least they are the only reasonably decent marines I can think of.) As mentioned before, we're in the process of playing a little campaign inspired by Sharpe & Aubrey novels. Have a look at the links in my previous posting to get an idea what's going on.
Models by Wargames Foundry, painted in April 2009 (building by Grand Manner)