>I'd like a drawing of my dragon clan bushi, Tamori Junouchi, and his retainer "eta-chan" travelling back from a battle. Junouchi is wearing somewhat ragged and plain clothes, with the tamori mon (a dragon flying above a mountaintop) on the sleeves near the shoulder. He's got a katana, wakszashi, and bow, and has just the breastplate and armoured kilt (whatever that's called) instead of a full suit of armour. His hair is the usual topknot and shavepate, but his face has a bit of scruffy stubble. He's in good physical shape and in his early twenties, with a serious look on his face. It probably won't be visible, but he has two tattoos: one on his chest of a dragon and a hawk fighting in midair, and one on his left arm of a crab crushing a goblin's neck with its claws.
His eta, whose name he hasn't bothered to ask, is a teenage girl, fairly thin and malnourished with peasants clothes. She's got a tortoiseshell comb in her hair. She'd be carrying a pack with a bedroll, and have tied to her belt a bag made of netting holding a ronin's severed head. She's got a slightly annoyed and tired look on her face, as expected of someone carrying a pack and slightly ripe head around all day.
>Anyway, here's a picture of a 16th century Japanese warrior, to give you some idea about the armour (he'd just be wearing the do, kusazuri, and haidate at this point) and what Tamori look like. As you can see, they tend to have square faces with strong jaws, reasonably prominent noses, and impressive eyebrows. The young guy in the middle, just under the black and white drawing of the Tamori founder, is reasonably close to what I'm thinking, but it could just be because of his youth.