So here it is, the 4th hussar in summer campaign dress. Their battle honors are Austerlitz, Jena and Friedland. By 1815 they were wearing a cylindrical shako and for Waterloo the flag is slightly different.
The 4th Hussar in line, 3 squadrons of full strngth, 24 strong in total. Each squadron is divided into two companies - note the elite 1st company of the 1st squadron - with colbacks. I gave an officer and a trumpeter to each squadron.
note the colonel's sabretache, based on Rousselot's plates.
The 1st squadron:
The 2nd squadron:
The 3rd squadron:
The three squadrons in column:
I spent all my 2012 painting hours on these. The photos make them brighter than they are: the blue is actually darker and the red less orange.
Perry miniatures. The frontage is 25mm per horse. Flag (as usual) by GMB designs.