…finally i am allowed to show the whole illustration for one of the coolest jobs i was allowed to be part of so far. i admit i am really proud of this work. the sheer volume of this work was frightening but it was a blast ‘cause i enjoyed an unbelievable amount of freedom and trust working with a bunch of really cool and nice people. thank you very much tori, adam, jefferson and ed for your guidance and your patience.
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Re: 14th Light Dragoons and French Hussars. Thanks for the quick Response. However, Dighton is usually highly reliable. He was at Waterloo some days before and after the battle and also in the Peninsula. Usually his work is taken from life viz. his Portraits of spanish guerillas. The Picture showing the Life Guards in cuirass etc. is the exception, it depicts the 1821 uniform and seems rather to be painted "a la mode". The Hussars of the Royal Guard of Naples had a rather similar uniform ...