Here's something you won't have heard me say very often: I finished an army! Hopefully I'll get better at this - I just need to learn to say, "enough is enough"! I've reached a point where I don't need to grow my army of Peter the Great.
Here are the last couple of figures finished. Here is Tsar Piotr Alexeyevich Romanov, aka Peter the Great. The figure is from Reiver Castings, and I picked him up after doing a search for a PtG figure and this was the only one I could find in 28mm! He is here with a mounted officer from the Warlord Games WSS plastic artillery set.
And here he is with a Ebor Dragoon. Flag is also from Reiver, and is the standard of the Ingermanlandski Dragoons.
A group shot to show relative size. Peter is much more massive. Of course, he was over 2 metres tall in real life, but was lanky, as opposed to this fairly hefty fellow. He's also got a suitably massive horse to ride.
With these figures completed, I now have enough figures to field a fairly balanced force for Pikeman's Lament with a mix of cavalry (dragoons only, which was normal for Russia), infantry, grenadiers and an artillery piece. Here are a couple of group shots of the entire force.
Due to points limits, I would not field the entire army. With what I have available, I can mix and match a bit. Most likely, I'd field something like this, unless there were scenario specific reasons to change the selection. The force would include 2 units of shot, 1 forlorn hope, 1 commanded shot (dismounted dragoons) and two units of dragoons - note that I would ask my opponent to accept my proposed rule amendments for dragoons that I presented here: http://willstoysoldiers.blogspot.com/2018/05/thoughts-on-cavalry-for-pikemans-lament.html