I used the Foundry Napoleonic British redcoat triad on these figures and was happy with the colour for these purposes:
I am wondering however if the colour may be a little on too much on the orange side for actual Napoleonic British as I normally prefer a deeper colour of red for them. I realise officers' coats were more scarlet in colour while those of the the rank and file were of a lighter red, and they were called lobsters during the American War of Independence which is what this colour actually reminds me of, but it is not quite what I have become accustomed to using for British troops in past efforts. That project is still a little way off, so perhaps I will have got used to the idea by then:
That's all four Janissary units completed, with two more foot, four cavalry and six artillery units to complete the project:
This first one is destined for my wife's desk. She has been asking me for a figure and, given that she likes to remind me that she is one-quarter Lebanese on her mother's side, I thought a middle-Eastern person holding a big stick and telling people what to do would be most appropriate. Besides which, I have five more of the fellows to complete over the coming weeks, which is more than I'll ever conceivably need.