This figure was extremely clean as far as mold lines go; there was minimal cleanup around the perimeter of the base, and only a few areas of the figure needed work. It's also one of the stiffer Bones figures, which I prefer.
Since the figure has little in the way of equipment besides armor, I decided it would be a good chance to practice more non-metallic metal (NMM). It's important to keep the paint thin for smooth layers, and working with so many metal surfaces I had to keep re-mixing more paint as I worked across the figure. The palette is a couple of flesh tones, a brown, two grays, and black. Everything is either a mix of those or a finishing wash (I kept the use of washes to a minimum, as I didn't want to destroy my layering effects).
Conclusion: I'm extremely happy with how this figure turned out! I'm still not great at NMM, especially curved surfaces; once I get more familiar with how light plays off of different metallic surfaces, I hope to see improvement here.
Next week's figure is 77060 Dragonman Warrior from the Fighters set.