Further to the previous post here we have Neville based with his standard bearer and some men at arms. The figure I chose for Neville is a Landsknecht artillery gunner but I think it works quite well and fits in with the other figures.
I was going to have a couple of billmen on the base but I chose not to as I wanted this base to look slightly different and have more of an emphasis that this is a general. Furthermore, the Tudor army list I have been using (DBR) states that up to 1513 commanders can be based on foot 'in the old fashion' rather than mounted so this gives scope for other lesser known battles of the early Tudor period. One such engagement which springs to mind in this instance is the battle of Blackheath in the summer of 1497 during which Neville was one of the principal commanders under Henry VII.
There were simmering plots throughout the early Tudor period which almost spread into open warfare a number of times, it would be interesting to inject a little license, paint up a few contemporary rebels (Richard de la Pole springs to mind) and game the wars of the roses in the early sixteenth century with artillery and mercenaries much more prevalent.
Now there's food for thought!