18x Zvezda figs, originally to be Napoleonic Polish uhlans. The previous painting was with enamels and one of the first when I applied washes effectively (made some vain attempts before with oils).
The figures are neat and paint up rather well. The same can be told about horses. I painted all a brown-ish color (still not entirely clear on the terminology of horse colours).
Painting was the now usual method of black undercoat, block painting, Umber wash, highlights, finish, basing. The bases are still from the defunct ikea cardboard box.
What I'm really not enjoying about the thing is the photos, here's hoping the blogger photo viewer will do them good.
The blue clans or Xlanniq Besoen in the JWI setting field a very manouverable army, the bulk of it made of troops what others consider light. Their field guns and mounted artillery are of age but serve well. I'm nearing the completion of the blue armies with this lot to be honest. I'll need at least one more regiment of foot and heavy cavalry, but I have set my eyes on other sets so that has to wait.