After having done a red and a blue-coated regiment, I wanted to try one with white coats and so decided that the Marquis of Newcastle's regiment would do nicely:
The same organisation as before, with four stands of pike and eight of muskets. I will be doing a few spare stands of pike for each army so I can make larger regiments as required, but am enjoying painting 48 figures for each unit as I am finding that a manageable number:
The flag for this unit, like so many in the ECW, can probably best be described as 'uncomplicated'. Maverick models do offer a resizing option and I went with the standard after having had problems fitting them on some 15mm Samurai. As per Peter's, from Blunders on the Danube, suggestion I may yet end up re-ordering them from Maverick Models, but will use the current stock for the time being. The majority are colonels' flags anyway, and they may simply have been stingy with the material:
I will continue to use an assortment of figures on the bases. There are six variants in the standing/firing pose, but I am finding it really helps to keep the interest level up by adding a few others into the mix:
That is three regiments now completed, with two more on the painting table and which should both be completed at the same time:
The medieval German crossbowmen have also all been prepared, so I will return to that army shortly to finish the last eighty or so figures.
Thanks also to Jonathan of the Palouse Wargaming Journal's suggestion on the thumbnail workaround https://palousewargamingjournal.blogspot.com/2023/02/blogger-under-my-thumbnail-ii.html. It worked like a charm, and a lovely bit of IT support on his part.