To this day, some historians claim that the outcome of Waterloo was more Ney's fault than anything else. I don't entirely agree...if Napoleon had sent in his grosse bottes a bit earlier, perhaps he might have won. But who can tell at this point? Anyways, nicely done. Though Liebegirl is right about the leading horse's legs, their position only adds to the piece's excitement. Leave 'em as they are.
No-one can tell. Those are only speculations and tons of papers were filled by this topic...and they will be still. No worries, this piece will never be fixed, it's too old now. And I would love to do some better version one day, so I can see if I've improved or not x)
Hahah aww, but that's what a researcher must do, poke his nose everywhere! xD Even our professors at uni tell us to do it, if we want to have a good quality research, so the project/book can turn out pleasant (not like the tons of worthless so called historical books without any sense out there). I have this, I'm writting short stories of my nap soldiers charas and before I write anything, I need to do at least a small research to be historically correct. I'll never publish the stories, but I just have this feeling that it's the right thing. I want my stories to make sence ¦D
I've got about 25 some-odd years into Napoleonic and still most of my books so if you need any small things, feel free to ask. I'm mostly cavalry and mostly cuirassiers, but I know most of the major personalities quite well.
ok I can't say that I appreciate Nay but you're drawing is quite awesome I like the contrast a lot and the horses are really revealed if I can say this way and the peoples faces are expressive,I like it great job