Here are 18 Russian dragoons ready to use for Pikeman's Lament. Figures are by Ebor. If I can convince my opponent, I'll use the WSS/GNW dragoon profile from my last post.
The dragoons will be in units of 6. I can mix and match of course, but I have the idea that one unit will be fully mounted, one dismounted (except for the horse holder) and one mixed mounted and foot. Alternatively, I could field the foot unit as 'Commanded Shot', depending on how the PL company comes together.
Mixed mounted and foot:
Foot plus horse holder:
These are the two horse holders that I completed.
Mixed foot and mounted stands
These figures were a bit less fun than usual, for a combination of reasons. The figures are nice enough, sculpting is ok, but there is only one pose for the mounted trooper. As a result, the troops look a bit unnatural when you see that each is holding his musket on his right thigh exactly the same way. Another problem is that the metal is a bit brittle: three of the troopers' muskets snapped off at the hand, so are waiting in my lead pile to be converted (I'll see if I can clip off what's left of the muskets and give them swords instead). Yet another problem came from when I primed them. Something went wrong with the primer, and several of the figures ended up covered in a bumpy, textured surface, as if they were layered in coarse sand. I tried to soak off the primer using Simply Green, but the primer wasn't going anywhere. I painted over the mess as best I could, but they aren't the prettiest.
I have enough bits in the pile for another six dragoons (five mounted, one foot), which I will eventually get done.