Having taken a much-needed week off work, I've managed to make considerable progress on a number of projects, al in 6mm scale. In particular, I've finished my late 16th/early 17th century Poles.
The army consists of two units of Valack light horse (front row), one unit of winged hussars and six of pancerny (second and third rows), and two of infantry (rear row).
One potential commander for the army is King Jan Sobieski (below). He's a conversion of a Baccus Cossack.
The figures represent most of a Baccus Great Northern War Polish Army Pack. The exceptions are the blue-coated drabant infantry (rear rank in the photo above) and Jan Sobieski's janissary guard (in the rear rank in the photo below). The drabants are repurposed Russian streltsy (Baccus) while the jannisaries are from the Irregular Miniatures Ottoman Turks range.
These four-base units (the hussars and drabants are actually based as two small bases and a double-width centre) are ideal for Maurice or as standard-sized units for Black Powder.