I'm not going to count my Mexican peons as they were figures I painted years ago for possible use in a wild west or pulp skirmish.
So what's new since March?
First up was this formation of contra-guerillas. They are mostly conversions from Perry plastic zouaves but also a few Artizan "Plains Infantry".
Also from the Perry Zouaves box came three groups of French Tirailleurs Algeriens (or Turcos):
That's two groups of Turco line infantry and one of skirmishers, an NCO and a drummer from the plastics and an officer who's a Foundry metal figure.
On the Republican/Liberal side we get these cavalry also converted from Perry plastics, in this case the American Civil War Cavalry box.
Moving on to Foundry metals I've put together these two groups of state militia:
There are plenty figures left in the box, so I'll have a few more groups of these eventually.
Finally for now, one of the nice things about Sharp Practice is that it gives you the chance to create odd-ball figures in support roles. Medics (called Physics in the rules) can assist when officers are wounded. My 1860s Physic is this doctor...
He's made from parts from the Perry plastic ACW infantry box. The right arm is that of a drummer. His improvised white flag and his medical bag are made from Green Stuff. They don't really show in this pic but I'm quite pleased with his red waistcoat and the brass fittings on the bag.
Most of the figures need their bases flocking. This'll happen before they see action in public.