Belts, yes, there are perhaps an excessive amount of, though I think mainly that’s because the characters need somewhere to hang all their weapons and pouches and potions and whatever other baubles they’re carrying, so I see that more or less as an extension of the effort to actually depict all the crap that’s on a typical D&D character’s equipment list on their person. Spikes and shoulder wings… I don’t really see that? Not more than your typical fantasy armor, anyway. I suppose on top of the excessive equipment and accessories it might be too much. But again, that too much is very D&D to me. If your character has two swords, a shield, a bow, and seven different bags and bottles they’re luffing around, not to mention their backpack and the 30 lbs of whatever you can stuff in there… it should take them an unreasonably long time to get dressed!