Magnificient! I am an historian whose particular interest is the Holy Roman Empre and most particularly the Thirty Years' War. I am just now noticing that they are skeletal warriors. What I was going to say was that they looked much like a band of soldiers from that war. If my suggestion means anything, I'd say do create something along those lines. The attire of soldiers of that war was so eclectic, so incredibly exotic that it can't but inspire an artist. It involved nearly every European (and Ottoman Turk) culture and such a huge diversity of weapons being used it would allow huge freedom to the artist. There were the greatly feared Finnish light cavalry who cried, 'Hakkaa päälle' on their charge (literal trans. hack them to pieces). There were the astoundingly extravagant Polish Winged Hussars (irregardless if you decide to paint something like this, you'd do yourself a service by looking up images of this exotic light cavalry). Scottish & Irish mercenaries (highland scots very much incuded). Pikes weilded next to muskets; field cannon next to mounted archers; 'free bands' of deserters and dispossessed farmer/tradesmen etc of every nationality mixed together ravaging the countryside - even temporarily holding castles and/or towns. Basically, the field is wide open for the artist interested in warfare/soldiers as subjects.