I found this to be a very clean figure with minimal mold lines. I really like the sculpt, so I was happy to find that this one turned out very nicely in Bones. The blades have a decent thickness and were rigid enough to retain their position.
Upon examining the figure, I was immediately reminded of the Dark Brotherhood from the game Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim, which is an assassins guild and cult rolled into one. I decided to use their black and red color scheme, coupled with some grays to provide some variety. I decided to work on my non-metallic metal (NMM) with the blades, and I'm very pleased at the level of blending I was able to achieve. I think I still need to go even lighter for the "lights", but I feel that the blade isn't overly dark as my previous attempts at NMM.
Conclusion: I'm very pleased with how this figure turned out, both the quality of the sculpt and my paint job. Aside from continuing to work on my NMM as mentioned above, I would liked to have better differentiated between the black hair and the black cloak. As it stands, they kind of run together, and I couldn't think of a way to offset one without making it look gray. Still, I like the level of quality I was able to achieve on this figure!
Next weeks' figure is 77074 Dain Deepaxe from the Dwarves set, which I think will be the first dwarf from the Bones I set that we will paint.