This is my first Napoleonic unit, a post-1812 French line battalion. They are painted but I've not flocked the bases, pending a decision on basing style.
They are rather untypical of the French I'll be painting next, who will be rather earlier in period (1808-12) and equipped for the Peninsula, and probably based on a very light coloured, dusty soil. I can't decide whether or not I'll base this unit the same way, or give them darker brown bases for Northern Europe.
I bought 30 of the figures, painted, extensively retouched them and painted 12 more to match (6 of the line and the voltiguers in march pose). Mine blend in well, except I went too light on the flesh tones. I made a few minor slips on details like the cuffs, but am overall I am very happy with how my first Napoleonic unit came out. They did take a lot longer than I'd imagined though; much harder painting than ancients. The voltiguers can be deployed in either march or skirmish mode (below).
I really like the Perry figures, which I find very nicely designed and sculpted. This is just as well as I have 10 boxes of them, so far... more on my "plastic mountain", anon.