I'll try and gather a few good links on this page. Please contact me if you've got likely candidates!
Tony Hughes' 6mm site
Tony provides scans of Heroics/Ros Medieval and Renaissance figures. A great resource when deciding what packs you need!
Richard Lee's site
Richard Lee does, among other things, DBA with 6mm figs on 15mm or 25mm base size
Steve Gill and Jim Shevlin stay in hotels a lot, and like to keep on gaming while travelling ;-)
Jim's Baccus samurai
Derek Hodge has put up these pictures of Jim Louttit's 6mm samurai. He uses large bases, which look very good.
James Doty's close-packed 6mm DBA armies.
James Doty uses a lot of Baccus' and Irregular's figures for his 6mm DBA armies. Visually he does more-or-less the same as I do, which I of course find excellent :)
Warmaster Ancients Armies with Heroics&Ros 6mm figures
Pictures of some very nicely done Warmaster Ancients armies. Some interesting conversions, as well.
Spirit games is the suppiler I most often use for Heroics and Ros.
Baccus is the sole supplier of his figures.
Irregular Miniatures also has a presence on the net.
10mm samurai figures by Arnstein Orten (well, yeah - that's me). You don't really get the massed effect of 6mm, but 10mm offers more detail on a fig-per-fig basis, and you retain the possibility for better basing options than larger scales.
10mm figures by Corbon Loughnan. You don't really get the massed effect of 6mm, but 10mm offers more detail on a fig-per-fig basis, and you retain the possibility for better basing options than larger scales.
Richard Bodley Scott is one of the developers of DBM and the one behind the most recent 3.1 iteration of the rules.