They're part of a bigger project where the knight stands on top of a music box base that spins. The Peony Knight music box plays "Greensleeves"
Good day to you! I'm here courtesy of Critmas, and I hope you're in for some critique on this piece of yours.
First of all, allow me to compliment you on the soldier's armor - it's full of tiny details one can easily miss at a first, distracted glance.
Plus, its sheen doesn't betray the actual materials you used even for a second. For me, an absolute layman, it shines like actual metal.
Moving on - the mini peony is amazingly detailed too, and its color makes for an excellent complement to the knight's. Moreover, it plays nicely with the chibi aesthetic, acting as a perfect replacement to a spear or halberd.
This whole effect is completed by your knight's stance - demonstrating your attention to detail.
Lastly, let's pretend I need to nitpick. If I had to raise an objection, in fact, it would be about the knight's left gauntlet appearing to be comparatively less detailed than the rest - but I suppose it would be hard to define it more, given your piece's tiny size.
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You're correct in the left hand being less detailed haha. My other knights all have mitten-like hands, and this one's "fingers" were longer than others since it needed to hold the peony. So consistent in design, but execution made certain adjustments stand out. Thank you, I appreciate the critique :)