Here are the first six done; the fine detail of the hard plastic has made them quite easy to do.
I've used my usual method - a fairly well loaded layer of GW silver is applied, just leaving the deepest recesses and on areas of mail, to show the black undercoat. Then a covering of a 50:50 mix of GW washes of black and brown, letting it run into the detail and trying to get some gradual shading across larger plate surfaces. When dry, a drybrush of silver, trying to catch all the hard edges as a highlight. Other non-metallic areas are then blackened again - straps, cloth, scabbards, weapon shafts, etc and then painted.
One of the Burgundian men at arms has blue-finished harness and the figure wearing the coat depicts Claude de Vaudray, a chamberlain in the duke's household, who fought at the battle of Morat. A harness for the foot joust which is attributed to him, and dated about 1500, still exists in Vienna.
The next batch are in progress....