Tony has been building a Spanish army ca 1809, which is quite distinctive in that most of the troops wear bicornes and wear some lovely uniforms. There are some impressive group shots of his army here.
He asked me to paint these figures in the uniform of a rather mysterious regiment of light infantry called the Voluntarios de Campo Mayor. It's mysterious because Campo Mayor is the name of a place in Portugal, so it's odd that the Spanish would name a regiment after it. There's a long discussion about it here, if you are so interested.
The figures themselves are manufactured by a Spanish company, Falcata. As it was explained to me, Falcata were a pair of sculptors whose early work was quite fine, but who apparently couldn't sustain a business model. One of Tony's friends was their UK distributor for a while and got badly burned financially. I am not sure Falcata figures are still available. I found these figures to be quite detailed and mostly crisp sculpts, but alas, I am not a talented enough figure painter to capture that sort of detail in 20mm. I am much happier doing Napoleonics in 6mm.