Having done the Grenadiers a couple of months ago I had to paint up the Chasseurs, I know, how often will they get on the table but I had the bare metal figures and I'm not one to let them go to waste and besides I drilled out the hands so that different flags can be slotted in and hey presto they will do for the later Napoleonic period as well. I have seen paintings, sketches etc with the Consular period troops having white turn backs, but I have seen them in red for that period as well and as the later Guard had red turn backs so I went with that. You can't seem to get Consular Guard flags for this period so I had to paint up my own - that was a chew on!
Scroll down and you will see that I have done a couple of command stands to enable the existing battalion (of Grenadiers) to be split into two (the Chasseurs only had one battalion in the early period) as I am in the process of re-jigging all of the French Revolutionary units into 24's as a pose to the 36's they are in now. this will give me more units and will fit in better with the General de Armee rules, so painting up more command stands now.
Finally I added a small unit of Velite as a skirmish screen for the brigade.
On with those command stands.