|The dyes are not exactly my taste, but the armor-comb is interesting and your presentation is absolutely great! :D|
|I can see what you mean with the leggings, they don't seem to easily match, colorwise. I've two thoughts that might help you better blend them in:|
- Change the secondary color of the boots (the laces/inner boot) a lighter blue/teal like the leggings.
- Replace the lighter blue/teal of the leggings with a green to match the chestpiece and shoulders.
While those changes look nice in my head, I can't guarantee they would in-game. Give 'em a try, maybe they'll work, maybe they won't. The armor combo is good, so I see no reason to alter that. Good job, all around!
|On second thought ... since you are bound to the orange-brownish hue of the boot-ornaments (which cant be dyed -.-) you could replace the mint breeze on the chest with a fitting bright orange thats fits the those parts of the boots.|
That way you might get the dyes a little bit more cohesive?
And i actually like how the midnight ice turns into a teal hue on the legs, gives it some interesting touch :)
|Year those boots are surely annoying - In a period I actually dyed some of the metal parts in cobber-golden hues, which was fitting a little better, As I was also using the Tarir greatsword(which is actually also why I added the mint breeze, - so that color is up for evaluation anyway i believe). I didn't think the gold was so good with the dark colors, so i eventually started to ignore the orange-part of the boots, which of cause doesn't make it invisible... ^^'|
What you suggest here though, I haven't tried, so I certainly shall.
Thanks a lot!
|I totally see what you mean here, I'm gonna try it. thank you! :)|