First is a scene depicting Burgundian troops taking mass - perhaps before combat or just as part of their daily ritual - beside a wayside cross, accompanied by a priest. They wear Italian style dress and armour (from where Charles the Bold recruited many mercenaries to his Ordonnance companies). The shrine is compiled from a Noch model railway kit which contains several such useful items, which are HO scale but seem to fit in OK - in fact I cut down the height of the post for this one a little.
The other pair are from the Perry casualties set and is a wonderfully detailed one-piece sculpt; inspired I'm sure by a Graham Turner illustration in the Osprey 'Condottieri' book. I love the arming jacket shown where the man at arms armour plates have been removed or torn away from his injured left arm.
Not much more to say really... but fun to paint up.