The 1815 contingent included four battalions of 'light' infantry, again raised in very early 1814 after the French had retreated from Northern Germany. Three of the battalions continued the tradition of numbering, being titled the First, Second and Third Light battalions. The fourth unit was mercifully called something not a number, the 'Avant Garde' or in English 'Advance Guard ' battalion.
The First, Second and Third Light battalions shared a similar uniform style to the line units, an all black ensemble with the units identified with collar, cuffs and trouser stripe in a distinguishing color. At Waterloo the First battalion had buff facings, the Second had yellow, and the Third had orange.
The First Light Battalion, in its buff facings. According to the information in the Osprey MAA #167, in July the facings changed to red. But in June, they're still buff.
You may notice that the stands are slightly different from the line units in that they are grouped in five figures to a base rather than the six. I wanted the units to stand out a bit from the line units, and also the adjustment allows me to field some single figures as skirmishers using skirmishing rules sets.
Next up are the artillery and command, the cavalry units being the finishing article.