Finally, for the size that the figurines should have, one can base oneself on those which is written in Conan the Barbarian: novel of Sprague de Camp and Lin Carter according to a scenario of John Milius and Oliver Stone, it is written:
"Conan was amazed to discover that he was faced with a woman. She was slim and long-legged, and almost the height of Conan himself, who is now full-grown, towered over the tall Vanir and Aesir."
So the figurines of Vanir and Aesir of this extension are either too big or too small, it is according to ...
For their appearance and armaments, this is what should have been:
In battle, Aesir prefer the broadsword or battleaxe. Additionally, they rely on their chain-mailed shirts and wooden shields to protect them from the weapons of their enemies.
Many Aesir learn to use the throwing axis, but most will refuse to learn the spear or bow, weapons they think are cowardly.
The Aesir are blond and favor winged helmets.
They would not wear the hornet helmets of the Vanir who are their perennial enemies.
Vanir are fond of the spear, axes, and sword.
They use wooden shields covered in horsehide and wear horned helms and scale mail shirts.
The Vanir have red hair and favor hornet helmets.
Some in their bands should wear hornet helmets and none would wear winged helmets.
What are these Aesirs with horned helmets and weapons ?
When the two brothers of Atali, the daughter of Ymir, the Giant of Ice, with what are they armed ?
Butcher choppers chipped ?
Some will say that it is heroic fantasy and that one does what one wants ...
Not for purists who know that these imaginary peoples as their imaginary armies have been described and re-described and that the figurines that represent them should be as described by those who created the characters of the hyborian world ...
Ah I forgot they dared to illustrate the tiles of primitive Vanirs with illustrations of Picts'!?