Set AS1. 8 bods in 7 poses and 8 kite shields.
These are "Late" Anglo Saxon shields, carried by the great majority of the figures representing the "English" as shown in the Bayeux Tapestry.*
As they are the leaders personal Body Guard and elite soldiers I´ve painted them as a "uniform" bunch.
* "Wiley Blackwell encyclopedia of Anglo-Saxon England" under the titel "Arms and Armour"(2nd edition available as PDF - pages 69 onwards)
and N.P.Brooks "Weapons and Armour" in the "Battle of Maldon AD 991"
The only description of the colours of Anglo Saxon shields is from Beowulf which tells of the shields as being "bright" and "Yellow".
Yellow? Plain wood ? Saxon shields are described in English Poetry as being made of lime wood (yellowish) and a range of shields using different wood types have been found. None though showing signs of being painted.
Usefull pdf on Viking /Saxon / Norman Shields HERE.