Some color swatches for the Spaniard, Santiago de la Cruz, and representative for the power-mongers of the Caribbean during the late 1600s.
At the moment I am leaning towards two on the bottom row, far right: red-black and yellow-black. The red is rich, an expensive dye, and alludes to Santiago's strength and bloodthirsty nature; he's clearly not afraid of a fight. However the yellow seems to portray his age better, and hint at the wealth aspect of his personality. He's clearly much more grizzled and not as youthful as either James or Louis. But yellow retracts from his vicious nature, and may blend a little too well with Louis's shock of blonde hair.
As always, comments and feedback are very welcome.--Sak
Santiago de la Cruz © Myself, Shamine A. KingFor LASALLE, College of the Arts, Singapore