This Enigma Miniatures figure was a very interesting piece to paint, as most of the figures from that series were. They always had interesting details.
As this was part of that very large army commission, the basing and overall colors had to match a lot of the previously painted figures. This meant a very compressed color range! To top it off, the skin tones were requested to be a blueish black... taking away one more contrast element.
This meant trying to find contrast in those other areas that yea hear me mention so often, and that is warm vs cool, and saturated vs unsaturated. You can have saturated colors in a limited palette exercise, as long as they are in line with the rest of the colors in that 'family'. It is a very subtle way to establish contrast, but it is a lot of fun to try!