Austro-Hungarian Infantry Soldier | Armorama™

VICE75 released a new figure in 75mm scale, a very interesting representation of Royal Hungarian Honvéd soldier.


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Nice sculpt, but the painting is not correct. The color of the uniform is a matter of taste, I would do it more grey. But the color of the rope-moulding on the trousers was dark grey (yellow/gold was in the Napoleonic period), the collar marking was also dark grey (without further markings for privates, officers had their stars on it), and there usually was a regimental number on the right side of the cap, again, dark grey. In the early periods of the war the older pattern uniforms were also used, in this case the cap and the trousers were the same from figure sculpting perspective, only the colour was different: the rope-moulding and the number was red, the cap was dark blue, the trousers light blue (the Napoleonic Austrian trousers colour).