The first entry are some Württemberg light infantry, in the light blue facings, and foot chasseurs in black facings, of the Mid-Napoleonic period.
Next up is my battery of Bavarian field artillery. I combined the figures of 4 sprues to get enough crewmen. The guns in the box were a bit on the small and simple side, so I replaced them with the current ones. I like these best of the two by the way!
Now looking back I can state that I like painting Bavarians but am less happy with the Württembergers. I bought them thinking this was a nice way to fill out my French army, without the need to paint more boring blue-coats. Yet I do not feel any attachment to them at all. So this brings me up to 38 foot figures and 3 guns, bringing in some 176 points if I am not mistaken.
Great work Sander. I despise painting artillery of any sort in any scale, so I am always impressed when someone cranks out some artillery, particularly for Napoleonics. It is always nice to see some 1/72 Napoleonic troops, particularly from nations such as Württemberger and Bavaria - important states, but ones often playing second fiddle in our collections (and mine is no exception).
That is indeed another 176 points - well done!