For Catharine, I researched actual paintings and prints of her to get an idea of what she actually looked like. I decided to put her in a long dagged houppeland in the beginning of the play that has a strong red floral print to it. I decided to go with red in the beginning to signify the bloodshed that happens in the war, with a feminine floral motif. For the wedding dress, I decided to have her wear a white (with small floral detail) cotehardie and a green surcoat over the top. This goes along with the whole natural elements that are within the characters that i expressed in my color palettes.
For Grey, Cambridge and Scrope I decided to render them as a trio because of them being singled out as a group, as they betrayed Henry V. I researched royal court members and decided to put them in different sizes and styles of houppelands. This color palette I strongly associated with the second painting in my conceptual images. This painting, shows all the fallen soldiers on the ground, either wounded or dead, and the strong colors along with this painting, specifically of the ground, I represented in the trio. The colors of this ground, symbolizes their death in the play.