The heraldry was sourced from the Joan of Arc's Companion in Arms website. In this round, I cut the AP dip with mineral spirits to keep the knights a step brighter than the foot levy.
Also, men-at-arms fought on foot as often as on horseback. Sometimes, it was due to the loss of a mount but often it was a tactical choice. English armies were generally horsed during the HYW but as a tactical choice, knights and men-at-arms generally dismounted for battle.
The fellow I'm painting HYW for is a hardcore medieval reenactor. In a meetup in France this year, three fellows were knocked out cold and had to be revived with smelling salts. Even a metal helmet can't save you from a hard knock upside the head! Helms off to the crazy fellows entertaining the crowds here.