I think the army builder kits that Wargames Atlantic does for the Napoleonic period would work pretty well for the earlier part of this century. I think they could even release some miniatures in the latter half of the century of just iconic uniforms on the march, like French Legionnaires on patrol in Algeria and Morocco in the early 1900s. What do you guys think?
In my opinion, I think they could expand on this theme and make a "parade" series where the soldiers are wearing their ceremonial uniforms. They don't necessarily have to be marching. Personally, I would love to see the British Guards wearing Slade-Wallace equipment holding a Lee-Metford or Lee-Enfield while trooping the color. One sprue could also contain the figures for officers and a color party. I am well aware there would be limited options to wargame these figure but I think there would still be an interest. This specific Guards uniform on parade seems to be popular in 54mm. I think it would translate well into 28mm because it would be a lot cheaper to recreate these scenes and on a larger scale than before.