With apologies to @Convectuoso, it really didn't. 😒
The green color was a good choice, and the red is pretty close, but the orange... isn't. 🤨
More importantly, I see the same problem inherent with other Duck Model builds is just as prevalent here: the limbs aren't correctly attached.
Dare to compare:
I avoided commenting until I had my own kit in-hand for comparison -- and I had commissions to complete before I could devote time to it -- but now that I've begun assembling the "Hemorroid," I can objectively criticize Duck's work. The thighs are floating above the knees (leaving visible gaps), and their ball-joints don't appear to be fitted properly to the torso, either. This makes the thighs appear too long, too thin, and much too far apart. Worse still, it pushes the "skirt" armour out to the sides at an oblique angle, which forces the arms to hang at such an awkward position that they look broken at the bicep joint. The chest pipes are flared out (rather than hanging down), the knee segments are the wrong color, and the shoulders are at completely incongruent positions. 🙄
As this was the first painted sample to have appeared online (and still the only completed one I've seen to date), I'm concerned by how badly it misrepresents Moscato's design. If I were @captain america, I'd be upset to see my work presented in such a manner. I admire his restraint, having refrained from commenting personally... I don't think I could be as magnanimous.
I just hope I can do justice to his work, 'cause these are fabulous kits.
For anyone else needing proper reference, I'm happy to share my color model sheets. 😇
These are the colors I'm testing: