However, I did take the opportunity to complete 77084 Townsfolk: Innkeeper from the Townsfolk I set:
I like this figure, as he is stout enough to serve as a retired adventurer or just a big guy running an inn. He has a somewhat imposing stature and expression, like he's not going to take any nonsense in his fine establishment, but he does not seem sinister. I think this sort of "neutral" jack-of-trades approach to common NPCs is an excellent approach, as it makes the figure suitable for a wider array of characters.
In keeping with his "neutral supporting NPC" role, I wanted to keep him in fairly generic colors. However, I didn't want to paint him in all browns and grays, so for some color I used a mid-dark blue for his shirt and mid-dark red for the pants. I used a trick I read about, mixing a little blue in with the red to better harmonize the colors; it's hard to see, but it shifted the red slightly more maroon. The apron started as bone white, with multiple splats of a couple different brown washes to make it look used. I decided to just paint the mug brown (perhaps wood or clay), rather than trying to paint a glass effect.
Conclusion: I'm very happy with how the blues and reds turned out on this figure. I feel like the brown liner was a little too heavy in areas when I was applying it, but I think subsequent layering of other colors mitigated it. The apron wound up a little dirtier than I intended, but not ridiculously so. He still looks like an innkeeper, and not a cook at a greasy diner!
Next week's figure is 77094 Trista, the White Wolf. I'm looking forward to this figure, as it's a very nice sculpt, so I'll try to do it justice.