It’s been a while but here’s some stuff I painted again. This is the Russian Ingermanlandski Regiment of the Great Northern War.
The Ingermanlandski was a regiment raised in Ingria, the bit of Russia that Peter nicked from the Swedes and build St. Petersburg in. They were a high profile regiment, being paid to the same level as the Guard Regiments.
The figures are Musketeer Miniatures, the flag is scanned from a uniform book I own (for the nitpickers, yes, it’s the 1712 pattern flag, so after the ‘highlight’ of the Great Northern War) and the flag tassel is from Front Rank Figurines.
Even though my focus is now shifting to Napoleonics, I do plan to occasionally paint some things for the Great Northern War, and this was one of them. One cannot have a Russian GNW army without the Ingermanlandski, and that oversight has now been corrected.