It has been a busy week on the painting table with four Carlist War Isabelino units completed, although the last one still has its bases to be completed.
The first of two heavy cavalry squadrons is done. They were quite a bit of work really because the yellow tunics take a lot of time. As I have mentioned before I find yellow a difficult colour to work with. The trumpeter, in red, is an impressive figure.
Then there were two line infantry battalions. These are the last line battalions that will be done in full dress. The remaining four will be in greatcoat and fatigue caps.
Finally there is the light cavalry squadron. This is the unit with the basing unfinished. The command group is particularly nice, with the officer glancing to one side and the trumpeter all in red.
Of particular note here is that the light cavalry marks a bit of a milestone for me, tipping my painting count at just over the 10,000 painting points for the year to date (on the basis of each foot figure = 5 points, each mounted figure or gun = 10 points and scratch built items are rated at 10 points for each hour of work).