As the company is located in France, I did not expect the package to come quickly, and yet I was still surprised to get the packet nearly a month later. I guess not every company can be GZG (plus, again, it was free, so why complain?).
While it took me quite a while to get to it, here are some comparison pictures of the figure I got (a French infantry officer)
|Left to right: Perry, Pulp, FG, Copplestone, Foundry|
|FG, Games Workshop, you can see how narrow the FG figure is|
|Narrow, and tall too|
|Painted picture of the figure from their blog|
You can sort of tell from the pictures, but the figure has a separate head (here glued on), and is fairly tall and slender. It does not really match up with any of the figures I compared it to, but that would not be a problem if you were to use only FG figures. Unfortunately, FG only makes a few French figures currently, but more are in the works.
The Great War references that I have are predominantly for the air war (although I did have a single plate of a French soldier in a uniform book), so as usual one must turn to the Internet. Fortunately for the French infantry painter there is Sidney Roundwood's very detailed Late War French painting guide.