Here we have Wingfield & his faithful standard bearer and below are some individual photographs of the standard bearer prior to basing;
The standard is a little unusual in its use of a tricolour ground and also the figure of the Virgin Mary in glory standing within the cross of St. George.
The figure was pretty much assembled straight out of the box with no sculpted additions other than a little filling on the horse where the moulds joined.
I don't think I've mentioned this before but with respect to the horse note how it is shaded lighter on its belly and inner thighs front and back. I use photographs of horses as a reference and this colouring occurs in quite a lot of those which are brown, bay or grey, it's a simple technique but i find it adds a sense of realism to the figure. I think from a painter's perspective this might not be immediately obvious and it's easy to have a tendency to highlight the legs and back and leave the belly darkest.
I may add a few more at a later date as I'd like to represent a few more knights that I'm aware of and to make the unit slightly less flag heavy (not necessarily a bad thing!) but that's certainly it for now.