The chap with the bloody hands is the leader. He counts as a unit of light missiles with the Summoner ability and counts for just over a quarter of the army points.
The chaps on his left in armour are the elite foot and further over are the scouts. That's all I started the game with.
The rest of the army are the summonable units. The skeletons are heavy foot and the zombies at the back are ravenous hordes. At a single point, the zombies weren't expected to stay around long.
The next photo shows my first army for Dragon Rampant and shows how easy it can be to convert a Lion Rampant army.
There are two units of elite riders and a unit of heavy missiles. These are analogous to mounted men at arms and crossbows from Lion Rampant. I then took a unit of foot serjeants and replaced them with a single model to create a single model unit of heavy foot. I paid for him to be a wizard and that rounded off the army nicely.
Having played it, I would change one of the units of elite riders to something else so that everything doesn't go charging off when I don't want it to. That's just my preference though.
Maybe I'll have some demonic imps as a unit of lesser warbeasts and a unit of scouts for some versatility in the woods and marshes of my mediaeval fantasy world The Barons' Marches.