All of the flags are drawn using Serif Drawplus before converting to a jpg. The originals are intended to be 10mm square when attached to the figures, but there's more detail than that so they can be printed out bigger. Even so I didn't put any text on the battle honours scrolls as they get blurry on my printer.
I have experimented with giving the background colours texture but I'm afraid flags don't look like that. Whilst cloth looks crumpled if you throw it on the ground or put it in a frame flags that are hung outside in a breeze do not (just as real clothing doesn't look like the current 28mm three colour shading style portrays it).
You can get quite a way with just taking the regulations. The Queen's colour is the Union flag, with a crown and the regimental number in roman numerals in the centre. I've only done one here, - for the 1st Regiment, as I had a spare standard bearer in my figure order. Royal & County regiments and others with a designation have the title on a red circular background within the Union wreath, the centre of which has the regimental number in roman numerals. Guards regiments are different, but as I don't have any of those I didn't research them.
Battle honours are only on the Regimental Colour. The Regimental Colour is the colour of the regimental facings, but there's no clear rule for the background for battle honours. It seems they're normally blue or gold.
Some regiments have a regimental symbol on them, - I've included them where I could find positive evidence of their use.
There are two regiments missing from this list. The Ludhiana sikhs and the 60th Rifles. The former because I seem not to have saved the file, and the latter because they didn't carry colours on the battlefield.
|1st (Royal) Regiment, Regimental Colour|
|1st (Royal) Regiment, Queen's Colour|
|2nd (Queen's) Regiment, Regimental Colour|
|3rd (East Kents) Regiment "The Buffs", Regimental Colour|
|31st (Huntingdonshire) Regiment, Regimental Colour|
|44th (East Essex) Regiment, Regimental Colour|
|67th (South Hampshire) Regiment, Regimental Colour|
|99th (Lanarkshire) Regiment, Regimental Colour|
|15th Punjab Native Infantry, Regimental Colour|
|17th Punjab Native Infantry, Regimental Colour|