I gave each of these guys a different cloak. They could make one large unit or three units of three figures each. I have them based with six on two horse bases and three on single bases for easy of marking casualties
I did the shields in green and white with gold to tie them together as a unit and with the rest of the army that I am building for Dragon Rampant.
I made most of the horses dapple gray to indicate the guys in charge of this unit tried for uniformity.. but we have a few alternative colouring horses to simulate remounts
This group of three has all hand weapons, you can see the flail and Sword you get lots of weapon option for your sergeants and to restock your bits box with this set. Looks like I need to touch up that bridal. (opus)
The third fellow has a mace.
The command group lances including one with the unit banner a gold St. Andrews cross with white "stars" in the quarters and white lace on the edges
Our commander with his Mace held high to encourage the troops or to bring it down on a foe.
The figures have great facial details my limited skill doesn't show what you could to with them. There was a circlet around his head that I made into a bit of crown, the sort a prince of the blood might wear to highlight his importance. 28mm horsemen are 10 points there 9 hear so that's 90 points the hand painted banner and shields have traditionally been an extra point each (at the judges discretion) for a total of 100 points. Editor's note: You're a bit to hasty on this one Adam! My understandings is 1 point for a flag and a few bonus bonus points for shields as a whole. Consider than Ian just dropped 48 Hoplites with hand painted shields!
Great unit of Horsemen Adam. I've not had hands-on experience with the Fireforge plastics but I like what I see. I do have a hard time with anyone using a two headed morning star flail on horseback, it sounds like a receipt for disaster. It is great that you can trade figures and share box sets with a fellow gamer, Curt and I have been trading shields, figures and various body parts with our Italian Wars projects. Your idea of the unit favouring a certain colour of horse certainly has historical precedents in the Horse and Musket era so why not in the Medieval era!
Nice work of the shields and basing. And I beg to differ on the facial close up, I think that's one of your best faces - you've captured the shading and beard nicely.
So points wise I make it 90 for the figures, 1 for the flag and 2 for the shields for the unit.