This is a beautiful figure produced by the defunct Fort Dquesne, sculpted by the talented hands of Steve Harrison, the original box art was painted by Joe Hudson. For a truly colorful and deadly "Soldier of fortune" of the 15th-16th century. Fighting in many of Europes armies, they gained a reputation for ruthlessness on the field of battle. This reputation meant that they would always be a desired portion of any winning army. Henry the VII was no different and had many representatives of this "army for hire" under his influence. This figure depicts a drummer of his army at the Battle of Mondidier, France in the Winter of 1553. So far I have just finished painting the trousers, vest and the blanket. My formula for painting the brown blanket Base= Mars brown. Medium shadows= Brown Madder Alizzarin. Deep shadows= medium shadows + Purple. Medium highlight= Mars yellow. extreme highlights= Naples yellow. The hat has been undercoated in acrylics and will be painted next. Cheers Roc.