Just finished and sold this command group of Robert Curthose, son of William the bastard of Normandy.I think they look really good, one of my favourites so far. I gave Robert a white horse and a shield with a lion rampant,the style of the lion was copied from Henry II's shield which is a few years after but the style has a good early primitive feel. The banner is based on the ancient flag of the duchy of Normandy which was probably in existence by this date, but with things of this antiquity I guess we will never know for sure?
Other proto heraldic arms seem to have been in use at this date according to certain sources.
Above these four figures are based individually on renedra bases 45mm x 20mm big. This tight basing gives flexibility in formations, allowing for the close shock(boot to boot) formations mentioned in contemporary historical documents.
The figures are attached to a movement tray magnetically, giving an animated command group
8 figures of Raymond Toulouse and Robert Curthose command group together gives you the idea of larger units
And above as separate command groups.