If you can get these to work with your resin printer I'll put these up in the Library.
I think the Epic Range would work for what you are trying to do. It is a lot easier to fit detail onto them than any of the other ranges.
Downloaded, I'll have a go at printing them very soon, let you know how it goes :-)
I've remodelled my infantry figure, simplified it and made it more solid, I'll set up a test print to see how the new model does in the next few days. Here is a pic of my new model as rendered in OpenSCAD:
The musket may need to be made bigger, I'll see how it goes once I have set up a test print!
I have printed out those models you posted, they came out pretty good! Although I took pictures of them unpainted, the photos weren't good enough to post, so I painted them, and here are the results.
First pic is just painted with the main colour, Citadel Paints Ultramarine Blue from their Contrast series:
Note that the smaller block is the one with bayonets, very hard to tell at this stage.
Second pic is the models fully painted, with some of my 28mm stuff in the background!
Final picture is some Angry Cat models I painted last week, with your originals in the background
I thin kthose originals printed out OK, but not 100% perfect, some of the rifles/bayonets are missing, particullarly toward the outside edges, although that could be caused when I picked the model up, to put in/take out of the UV light box.Pretty good quality though, and I found them a bit easier to paint than the Angry Cat ones.
If you want to tweak the models,, maybe increase the musket/bayonet size slightly, I'd be happy to do another test print if you are interested?