Most of the British infantry are in the marching pose because I like it more than the other poses. I always picture the British lines marching forward under fire, then stopping to deliver a close range volley. I have tried to do each unit with a different facing colour, but have ended up with two "green" units, just slightly different shades of green.
64th Regiment of Foot.
55th Regiment of Foot.
33rd Regiment of Foot.
24th Regiment of Foot.
Green facings again
23rd "Royal Welch" Fusiliers.
Blue facings, bearskins instead of tricornes and a goat!
17th Regiment of Foot
Buff facings and belts and trousers etc.
16th Regiment of Foot.
The last two foot units are the combined light infantry and grenadiers. As such they do not have a single facing colour, instead they have facings from each of the foot regiments.
Combined Light Infantry.
In round hats instead of Tricornes.
Bearskins, except for the officer.
16th Light Dragoons.
Blue facings and red combs.
Same uniforms as the Americans, which must have been a bit confusing.
With his bodyguard.
Three notables again, two in redcoats with blue facing, the other is in a green dragoon uniform.
Who could it be?