First Look: This is a solid figure, and has a strong Egyptian motif with two different styles of khopesh and various adornments. Despite really liking the figure, I kept putting it off as I couldn't really think of a good color scheme. The details seem pretty solid on this figure; I didn't notice any muddled details.
Painting: I had previously used a grayish tone for mummified flesh and really liked the look, so I kept it here. It also helps distinguish the body from the old bandages, which are bone white with heavy brown washes. The figure features a lot of gold elements (both sword blades, crown, and jewelry), with copper on the swords and bits of jewelry to provide variety (though it's a little hard to see in the pictures). To add some color, I chose blue and purple; the rich tones help convey his importance as nobility.
Conclusion: I think the figure turned out ok, though I think the colored areas could use further lightening via highlights. I wasn't sure about that, since it can lead to a "bright" effect that looks odd on a decaying undead creature. I do like the contrast between the body and bandages, and will probably use the same scheme on more mummies in the future.