The musician is dressed in reverse colors. During the painting process the end of his bugle fell off and I lost it, so it might look more like a duck calling device but at 15mm not that bit of a deal.
I also painted the musician's horse white, I believe I read somewhere that in some cavalries the musicians were given white horses. I will need to make a standard for the unit. I will need to research what type of flags hussars carried.
View from the side. I like the animation in the horses. After looking at these I will probably go back and touch up the harnesses and horse furniture. The shabraque is in Cavenderian blue to help tie in the unit with the remainder of the army.
Colonel Jalsevich is a leading a march for March. This is the almost completed Prinz's escort for his upcoming trip to Twinj. I only need to complete IR-1/1 to complete the body guard for a scenario planned around the first of April.
New angle for my picture taking overhead of the escort demonstrating the various colors of Cavenderia, "royal" white Hungarian regiments, "Cavenderian" blue regular German infantry and colorful hussars. Starting to look exotic but still cohesive.
A Front Rank Figurine colonel for my BYOB Bavarian battalion for the Seven Years War Convention later this month.
Finally a picture of my 28mm Crusader Bavarian Battalion with all of the troops base-coated and mounted on 1" x 1" metal bases. Several of the figs are nearing completion (dark photo). I am gearing up for the final push to complete by the convention. I will also have the Duchess completed for the Capture the Wicked Lady scenario and am working on a Crooked Kobold sign for the Inn model.