While the sprues of legionaries are a little dated, they look ok. The only major flaw is that the sword and scabbard is molded onto every body, so the sword wielding miniatures end up with two weapons.
The colors are as follows, unless otherwise noted all paints are Vallejo model color and shades are Army Painters Quickshades.
|Armor & Weapon||Steel||Chainshirt and weapons|
Pale Burnt Metal
|Mixed in a 3:2:1 ration and basecoated bronze areas|
|Sepia Wash||Shaded bronze and re-highlighted with basecolor|
|individually used as skin color for a variation. Guilliman Flesh highlighted with Basic Skintone. Darkoath Flesh highlighted with Flat Flesh. Fyreslayer Flesh highlighted with Medium Flesh|
|Shirt||Pale Sand||Basecoat and shaded with diluted Soft Tone. Again used as a first highlight|
|Ivory||Mixed into the base color and applied as a second highlight|
|Flat Earth||stippled on and applied to edges|
|Dark Sand||Edge highlight. Shaded with diluted Smoke|
|Sandals||Mahogany Brown||Basecoat. Shaded with diluted Smoke. highlights come naturally when dry brushing the base with Dark Sand|
|Shield||Refractive Green||Airbrushed on the darker part of the shield|
|Flat Green||Airbrushed on the lighter part of the shield, making a gentle gradient|
|Wood||Wyldwood Contrast Paint||Basecoat|
|Plume||Black Templar Contrast Paint||Basecoat|
|Neutral Grey||drybrushed in highlights|
|Beige Brown||Painted the rim Beige Brown|
Until next time, adventure on!