I did a typical Bretonnian scheme focusing more of Red, Blue, Black, White, and Yellow for the knights' heraldry. I reserved green for use more with the Damsels, and we already delivered a Green Knight model, so those will stand out from the bulk of the army. I would have liked to really go crazy with the heraldry on some of the knights but we ran into the usual restrictions of time and money. It's expensive for the customer if I have to put a lot of time into the model, such as with complex heraldry, so I try and keep costs down a bit for them by simplifying things.
The peasant foot were done in more muted colors reflecting their status. Brighter colors were used for thier badges and standards. The contrasts between the brighter knights and duller peasants really adds to the visual appeal of a Bretonnian army.
|The Bretonnian Army|
|Close-up of one of the units of Men-At-Arms|
|An overview of a unit of Knights of the Realm|
|All of the Knights together|
|Close-up of the Grail Knights|
|Side view of all of the knights|
|Both units of Men-At-Arms|
|Both units of Archers|
There will be images of the Pegasus Knights and a Damsel soon. Then the army will be flushed out by adding about 10 more Men-At-Arms to each unit, 5 more Grail Knights, about 10 more Knights of the Realm, and a few more Lords and Damsels.