Hurons were the scourge of the Anglo frontier, their allegiance was clearly with France and their long hatred of the Iroquois made the Huron a perfect symbol of wild savagery. They were rarely tattooed favouring war-paint in geometric patterns to face and body. The favoured colours were red,black,green and violet. Garment were mainly animal hide, however extensive trading with Europeans saw items replaced with woven cloth. They had a preference for black walnut dyed buckskin especially for pouches and moccasins.
I have chosen to use a bright palette again for these figures to represent the extensive trading with Europeans giving them access to glass beads and colour dyes, with the war-paint I have tried to incorporate a wide range of colours but kept the schemes fairly simple based of internet research.