I mentioned a post or three back that I'd spent most of my hobby time during November painting another 36 models for my Napoleonic British army. The shot above shows the army as it stands right now. 124 Infantry models, three artillery bases, a Commander, and a Sub-commander. The two 24-man units are the 1st and 2nd KGL Battalions, made from the Victrix plastics. The two 36-man units are the 2nd Foot Guards (aka the Coldstream Guards) and the 3rd Foot Guards, made from the Perry plastics. The four models at the front of the army are a company from the 60th Regiment of Foot (aka The Royal Americans), also from the Perrys. The artillery models are from Front Rank.
To get this force ready for games of Lasalle I just need to paint up two more units of 24. Not much really ; )
Here's a bit of a close up on a few bases from the new regiment (3rd Foot Guards).
And here's a shot of my newest unit to get a start, the 79th (Cameron) Highlanders. It'll be interesting to work on their tartan, which is quite complicated.
Finally, here's a shot of my first Battlefoam Napoleonic tray completely full. So much so, that my Commander won't fit in it. Fortunately I planned ahead and ordered three, which will hopefully see me through all the other units I have planned for this army.