|Very unusual armor mix! Although at second glance I am bothered by some things. I don't know if these pants are really the best choice (they look too classic to me). Dragonhunter Bow and gloves are perfect for your look. Braham's Warhelm makes this even more interesting, but I don't like this fur in light color (I see that you apply frost color to other armor parts too, only... I think some brown tone would look better). I'm not sure about boots either.|
As for your screens - there's too much background and too little character.
That's why I don't give gold. Sorry, but only silver
|Too little character? I tried to fit him in the middle of most of the screens. I slid the camera controls all the way to the left like people keep saying I should. |
I went with Braham's helmet due to the horns. I felt it fit the dragon hunting them and complimented the gauntlets. The look actually does incorporate brown tones (Oil Slick). The Fluff color was used to highlight smaller details that brown would cover-up, such as the jewel on the pants, the joints on the shoulder piece and then the fur. I tried to color the fur but it really didn't look good in a non-white color.
I tried other pants but honestly the straight legged pants never look right to me. The classic look is what I enjoy about the ones I opted to use. I tried several boots but many of them clipped with the pants. I felt these boots were more rugged in appearance and the glow the emitted did a good job of complimenting the character's glow, though I didn't take any screens at night due to the meta.
|Maybe I said it wrong or you misunderstood me... The character doesn't stand out enough from the background. If your armor wasn't red, I wouldn't really perceive your character (I don't criticize character size, only placement)... For example, your pictures at your Scion of War are much better, would say some of them even perfect (there is character in the foreground!)|
That you use the color frost/fluff, as mentioned, also for other parts, I saw, only the other details are not really visible (too small?), only fur on helmet shines in white. As trousers I would use something rough.
I've been thinking longer about whether your look is worth gold, because that's unusual and I like that...
|I really don't see what you see. For me, the character is clearly placed and stands out fairly well. Especially considering how red and gold he is compared to the browns in the background. *shrugs*|
And yeah, the other parts with the fluff are small but they are visible if you look in several pictures. Like I said it shows up on the joints of the shoulder plates and the round jewel of the pants. And as I said, I did try other pants but they never meshed with the look. As I said I don't like most of the straight-legged pant looks for heavy armor. Having tried other pants before settling on this one I'm confident in saying that a rougher look wouldn't really work well for what I was going for here. If it had I would have gone with them.