The sculpting is good but the molding execution on some of the models is suspect. For one, some heads seem to be molded not quite in the right position. That is, heads set up a little too high at the shoulder and barely hang by a thread. Not as many as is the case for the Austrian infantry. Weapons also seem to suffer from molding issues with detailing on some muskets lacking. Still solid and functional foot for the forthcoming French masses and the sculptor did introduce much character into the figures. The poses and uniform details remind me of subjects in Detaille's paintings.
As a comparison, a group photo below shows one French battalion each from Freikorps 15s, When Navy Walked, and Lancashire Games with two battalions of the recently painted Old Glory figures.
Freikorps 15s are clearly the smallest with Old Glory coming in at the next smallest. Lancashire Games are the largest but on the gaming table these size differences disappear.
Many more French from both Old Glory and Lancashire Games remain to hit the painting queue.