Certainly not bad! It could use another stage of highlights overall, I think-- particularly the skin and the leather bits. The skin tone seems very flat-- one more highlight layer of something like Elf Flesh mixed with a touch of whatever the last layer was will really define the muscles. As for the leather bits, maybe a mix of something like Bestial Brown and Snakebite Leather as a highlight to help show the details-- they barely show with the weight of the inking on the leather parts. A proper base would help the model out a bit too, I think-- even something as simple as sand painted over with a layer of Graveyard Earth and then drybrushed with Bleached Bone, and fixed with a patch of static grass would help make the model pop. Also, he needs a square base if he wants to be fighting in the Old World! However, on a round base, he could be a pretty good counts-as Inquisitor or Inquisitorial henchman.
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