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Thanks guys!

 

I like the desaturated colors. It fits the period quite well.

 

 

The muted colours really work with this mini. Looks good!

 

Thanks! I'd like to thank Marsya for the tips wound up becoming the paint scheme. Forgot to post it at first but I've updated the main post now.

 

The padded armor is a gambeson, right? Anyhow, he looks very nice.

 

Yeah, I think so. I'm far from a armor expert though :)

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