First the gun. The gun comes with a choice of two barrels, nominally 8-pdr and 12-pdr. I went with the slightly smaller barrel. As I mentioned in the review post, there are some small bits that can be a bit fiddly such as the dolphins (handles) on the gun barrel as well as the trunnion plates. But all in all, a nice wee model.
Wargaming convention is that artillery pieces should have 4 crew each, and so there is a tendency for miniatures companies to sell sets that include 4 crew with each gun. Warlord Games is no exception. However, Pikeman's Lament calls for each gun to have 6 crew. Accordingly, I assembled 6 artillerymen. I ran out of tricorne hats, so I attempted to convert a couple of the plastic heads from wide-brimmed floppy hats to Russian kartuz caps.
Reading a bit further into Russian artillery uniforms, I realise I should have painted the stockings blue rather than white.
And finally here are a couple shots of the men serving their gun.