Here is the Chem Master, Grave Warden Sergeant
Step 1 - Primer and Basecoat
Prime black with Primed Vallejo Polyurethane Acrylic Grey (73.601)
Spray GW Castellan Green Air
Step 2 - Color Blocking
On the shoulders and bone areas, block with GW Rakarth Flesh (base)
Reblock GW Pallid Wyche Flesh (layer)
Edging on greaves and pauldrons GW Balthazar Gold (base)
Skulls GW Mephiston Red (base)
Step 3 - Shading
Mixing 1/4 Lahmian Medium and 3/4 Agrax Earthshade, wash the entire model, making sure that it does not pool heavily in any area.
Once the shade is dry, color block out anything to be painted VGC Beasty Brown and GW LeadBelcher. Wash those areas with Nuln Oil.
Step 4 - Reblock and highlight
I reblocked all main colors, leaving the recesses darkened.
For highlights on the main armor, I mixed a 50/50 mix of GW Castellan Green and GW Straken Green. On the wide armor plates that would have light hitting them, I painted this mix, leaving the darker Castellan green in the darker areas. The final highlight was edge highlights of Straken Green.
For the bone/white areas, I edge highlighted with GW Skull White.
Brown areas were re-highlighted with Beasty Brown, and then a quick drybrush of leadbelcher was applied over the washed silver areas.
Over the washed gold, I highlighted with GW Gehenna's Gold.
Finally, the reds were highlighted with GW Evil Sunz Scarlet and a fine highlight of GW Wild Rider Red.
The helmets were painted the same way as the rest of the Bone. For the eyes, I went with GW Moot green, and applied a light wash of GW Biel Tan Green wash.
I glued in the heads. If you look carefully, the damage that was molded into the models have been highlighted using the method for painting on armor chips, I made sure to keep the darker colors inside the molded on damage, and paint the highlight below the damage.
So far, I am really happy with the way that this legion is looking!