Hanyery Tewahangarahken personality figure. I've re-posted the painting as the KRRNY figure can be seen clearly in the centre-right - green coat with red facings and a cap with a red horsehair crest. Before painting these figures I read all the materials on the excellent website of the re-created KRRNY about the unit's likely uniform. The choice is basically green coats faced either blue or red. The former was the established norm until Don Troiani's uniform researcher, James Kochan, concluded that red was the most likely facing colour. I won't post the arguments either way - anyone interested should read the articles on the website I've linked to. Kochan thinks that the regiment probably wore Saratoga-style cap-hats when on active duty; or at least it seems likely that the battalions' light companies would have done so. I've gone with that for 12 of the figures and given them black belts to suggest that these are light company men. I then decided to paint the remaining 4 figures as normal centre company figures in tricornes, on the basis that (a) more than 12 figures for the light companies would be excessive and (b) I'd be able to add the 4 tricorne figures to the next batch of 12 to form a unit of 16 which I could use for other Loyalist regiments. I'll post those remaining 12 figures in a couple of weeks. The coats shouldn't have lace; I decided not to cut it off or paint over it, and so painted it white. So these figures are all a bit conjectural, to be honest, but they do capture the "look" I was after.
16 figures. Painted October-December 2016.