The 15th US Infantry, the second unit of infantry for Scott's Brigade in the War of 1812 is completed.
This time the unit is is firing line poses. Originally I had planned to mix the marching and firing poses, with the former forming the back rank and the latter the front, but once I had the figures on site, I decided not to mix them. The result is that Scott's Brigade will be made up of two regiments marching and two in firing line.
Also coming off the painting table, well technically it is still on the table, is the first of the French in Egypt items - the two-camel artillery limber and Ottoman driver. I can't quite complete this yet, one because I need the spare gun to sit on the limber (that I haven't ordered yet), and two because the dry grass tufts needed to complete the basing are on back-order and probably won't be here for another couple of weeks. But it is a start on what is shaping up to be a very interesting project.