Here are 24 guns with crew for Glenn's Waterloo army. I was able to finish these figures in just a week. There's a lot of variety here.
I went with a dull grey for the British gun carriages. From my research, this is the correct color for Napoleonic British artillery. Most of the gaming pieces I have seen use a light blue/grey, but period sources describe the British wood as painted in a "lead" color. This is a little lighter than lead in order to have the color show up on the tabletop.
British and Hanoverian Foot Artillery
Glenn provided figures in a mix of stovepipe and Belgian shakos. I've always loved the look of British artillery crew. Those uniforms are super sharp.
British Horse Artillery
This is one of my favorite uniforms in all the Napoleonic Wars. The combination of hussar jackets and Tarleton helmets makes for a unique look. Is there anything more fun to run during a game than a British horse artillery battery? I don't think so.
Brunswick Horse and Foot Artillery
Dutch-Belgian Horse and Foot Artillery
These guys also look pretty sharp in their blue jackets faced black with red trim. I especially like the red and yellow shoulder rolls of the horse gunners.
Dutch Foot Artillery
Now the only thing left for the Anglo-Allied army are the mounted generals. I hope to have them done in another week or so, and this army will be complete!