Here's a Peipp figure which I finally got around to painting last week. He is from Peipp Miniaturen Dresden, part of the 45mm range, Prinz Eugen und seine Zeit - 1703. This is figure # PE4: General Charles Churchill, although I didn't paint him as such. Painted in acrylics as usual.
As I've commented on the Vauban & Shandy blog and elsewhere, I think these figures can be used with 54mm 18th Century projects, strange as that may sound when you consider the "45mm" tag. Let's see how it looks posed with some HaT 7YW Prussians:
Not too badly mismatched. I hastily shimmed the base with a piece of 3/16" balsa, but 1/8" or a few millimeters should do it. The general himself is quite large, as are all the Peipp riders. It's the horses which are the problem for upscaling purposes, being noticeably small for their riders. But they're stocky, hence a little thickness added to the base gives the overall illusion of a larger figure. To my eyes, the biggest mismatch in this photo is our hero's antiquated fashion sense. But what's a few decades in the world of toy soldiers ?