|the armour mix in itself is cool, especially the helmet with those shoulders and gloves, but the dyes, oh my|
the blues differ highly from armour piece to armour piece and it definitely doesn´t look intentional, it´s just midnight ice looking differently on all the pieces
screens and story are great though and you chose good weapons, but the dyes definitely need some work
|Yeah, this is where it would be nice to have a cleaner black dye (like shadow abyss, but I'm down to 20g after crafting sunrise, so that's not happening anytime soon).|
But thanks! I've not actually been sure about including long, in-depth bios for my characters, but someone did ask. I'm kind of new to contributing to this site, so I wasn't sure how much people cared about the behind-the-scenes thought process.
|I love the armor mix! and the dyes look oddly fitting to me. A couple of great screens but could have been better if you found a better angle with more lighting for some of the screens. Still, a gold from me!|
|After first screen I was expecting something wow, but instead of that was just "meh". |
Great idea with mixing helmet and Shadow of the Dragon's armor parts. I think you should try with some organic part? Maybe cultural or TA top or Bladed if you wanna have cape.
And Carapace boots are too bulky.
About dyes- if nit Abbys maybe some dark brownish with light green accents fitting to elements from gloves and shoulders?
However I'm not good with heavy looks and it's my personal taste ;)
|Very nice armor! Like the others mentioned, the dyes need work. They look great on the first screen, were they look dark and like shining metal. Iron, abyss or nightshade are great dark colors for metal, and they don't cost hunderets of gold (and I personally do not like the shadow dyes, since they are to dark to see the details of the armor) :)|
|This is basically my style in the armor selection xD Balance out a butt-cape with some high shoulders or large helmet with an angular chestpiece to get a good flow. The dyes need a bit of work though, the grey is too bright when compared to the rest of the darker colors. Weapons don't match either =(|
|I'm glad to hear you have similar tastes!|
Honestly, the gray was intended to be nice and bright (silver, after all, is a pretty bright dye comparatively). I think it adds nice contrast.
I see what you mean about the weapons, though. I was focusing those more on backstory-relevance than fashion, though. I'm certain there are better combinations for this.
|Great armor mix. And a commendable job on the dye mix. It can be tough matching colors from different mateials. Differnt materials are renderred differently which makes it very difficult.|