Here's another Carlist artillery piece I painted earlier in the year and completely forgot about. This is a French-made 6-pounder, with crew painted in the "regulation" Carlist artillery uniform of grey frock-coats with black collars, turqui trousers and turqui beret with yellow roundel and black tassel. Some sources indicate that this uniform was adopted later in the war, from 1837 onwards. I'm not too fussed, really - you don't need much artillery for the Carlists so I'm happy to mix and match different uniforms. The gun was painted in my standard woodwork combo of Foundry's "Spearshaft 13" palette. For turqui, a blue that was used extensively by both sides, I use Foundry's "Deep Blue 20".
Four figures. Painted February 2012. Buildings in the background by Touching History/Paul Darnell.