This guy is a Locotennat, a mercenary commander of small number of units.
He's an old Hinchliffe figure with his right arm replaced with a Perry plastic replacement.
This guy is a bit higher up in the command chain, indicated by the additional foot figures on the base.
These are Ral Partha figures, a bit on the small size but, and this is my own opinion, if a figure looks good on the table I'll use it.
I use this feller as Cesare Borgia, he's a Bear's Den commander accompanied by Gamezone bodyguards.
With the Renaissance period having so much variety I'm keen to mix and match as many manufacturers miniatures as I can. I've never been one to stick to one range or manufacturer, my motto is - 'share the wealth' (and my kids take that literally).
This is me in Rhodes doing what I love- looking at old cannons!
Can you spot the cannon ball under my shirt?
I watched Game of Thrones last night and I'm now looking for a figure to represent 'The Hound', any suggestions for a large, mean, ugly killing machine??