GW - Games Workshop
VMC - Vallejo Model Colour
VPZ - Vallejo Panzer Aces
AP - Army Painter
GW Tallarn Flesh
GW Orgyn Flesh Wash
Highlight Tallarn Flesh
Further highlights with Tallarn Flesh mixed with GW Rotting Flesh (Keep lightening and highlighting until flesh is sort of greeny coloured)
Apply a very very watery wash of GW Hormagaunt Purple (or similar)
Apply blood and gore last (GW Blood Red)
VMC Flat Red mixed with Warpaints Matt Black to make a deep red
add water to make more translucent.
VPZ Splinter Camouflage Base
Wash with GW Babab Black (or similar)
use Watered down VPZ Splinter Camouflage Base to go back over leaving black wash visible in creasese
Keep lightening the VPZ Splinter Camouflage Base using white and re-highlight figure.
Keep going until happy with shade of white/grey.
VMC Black Green as base colour
Highlight by lightening base colour with white.
Shade with GW Babab Black Wash
VPZ German Tanker (black) for black lines
VMC Prussian Blue for blue box (highlight by lightening with white and shade with Badab Wash)
AP Ash Grey for grey lines (which go through the green boxes) highlight this with white and wash as above.
GW Blood Red for red lines (which go through the blue boxes) highlight this with white and wash as above.
CS95 British Camo - Old Recipe
GW Knarloc Green as base colour
Lighten and highlight this with white and shade with GW Badab Black wash
Apply first squiggly pattern using VMC Khaki (highlight with white and shade with badab black)
Apply second squiggly pattern using GW Scorched Brown (highlight with white and shade as above)
Apply final squiggly pattern mixing GW Scorched Brown with Black (equalish parts) to get a blacker Brown)
DPM Camo/1980 brits - New Recipe
Non-DPM uniform green - VPZ AfrikaKorps Tank Crew, Shade with black ink, highlight as normal
DPM - VPZ AfrikaKorps Tank Crew (as above) - first camo - VMC Khaki
second camo - VPZ Leather Belt
third camo - VPZ Leather Belt + black
Green Flack vest and bag VMC Russian Uniform WW2
Rifle Furniture - VMC Red Leather
Rifle Metal - VPZ German Tanker (Black)
Gloves and boots - VMC Black then white to make grey highlight.
There is a tutorial for this paint method on the blog.
WW1 Early BEF Uniform (my way probably not historically accurate)
VPZ Canvas as main colour, highlight with white shade with Badab Black
VPZ Afrika Korp Green for webbing highlight with white and shade as above
Putties GW Bleached Bone - wash with badab black, highlight a bit
GW Bestial Brown for rifle furniture
6mm WW2 BEF Infantry
VMC English Uniform (highlight with white as usual)
VMC Khaki for webbing (highlight with white as usual)
VMC Saddle Brown for rifle furniture
VMC Gunmetal Grey (metalic) for metal bits
VPZ Flesh Base for flesh, highlight by lightening using GW Bleached bone
6mm WW2 BEF Vehicles
VPZ Afrika Korp Green for main chassis
VMC Khaki for canvas backs etc
VMC German Yellow for headlights
VMC Prussian Blue for window glass
AP Black for tires.
Shade using badab black wash were required and do highlights by lightening base colour with white.
Scottish Covenanters (the classic grey government army)
Trousers - VMC Dark Seagreen (is actually a dark grey) highlight using white and shade with Badab Black as usual
Shirts - GW Codex Grey highlighted with white and shaded with Badab Black as usual.
Chest shot holders - VMC Saddle Brown
Sword Scabard/shoes and pouches - VPZ Leather Belt
Chest belts - VMC Khaki
Rifle Furniture - GW Bestial Brown
Bonnet - VMC Prussian Blue
Tartan - Normal MacKenzie Method (as above)
British Infantry Napoleonic's (6mm)
Shirt - GW Blood Red
Rifle Furniture - VMC Saddle Brown
Hat, shoes & ammo box - Warpaints Black
Backpack - VPZ Splinter Blotches II
Hat Badge - VPZ Bronze
Bayonet - VMC Gunmetal grey
Flesh - VMC Flesh base (shade of Orgyn Flesh Wash, Highlight VMC Flesh Base lightened by VMC Flesh Highlight)
Chest Crosses and hat plume - VMC White
Waterbottle - VMC Prussian Blue
Facing's - As appropriate to regiment (also paint drummers coat in the same colour)
Green - VPZ Splinter Blotches IP
Yellow- VMC German Yellow
Blue - VMC Prussian Blue
Trousers, Backpack roll - Leave as Halfords Grey with the black wash.
1:1 mix of VMC German Camo Bright Green and VMC Prussian Blue. Mix with water until glaze like.
1/2400 British ships
Wash ships in AP Dark Tone ink
AP Ash Grey over all ship structure, leaving dark areas showing as shadows
lighting AP Ash Grey slightly to highlight edges, lips etc
Western Approaches - VPZ Russian Tankcrew 1 for pattern, lighten to highlight
VPZ German Tkr (black) for funnel tops
1/2400 naval bases
VMC Prussian Blue mixed with a little black (3:1 mix or so), paint base with big brush in long smooth strokes. Once dry wash base with black ink, then repaint with above, add white to mix and paint again leaving some of the base colour visible. Use VMC White carefully stippled around base for white caps.
20mm British WW2
Spray - Warpaints English Uniform (undercoat)
Uniform - Black Wash, Ligh overcoat of VMC English Uniform
Webbing/rucksack etc - VMC Khaki, black wash, VMC Khaki highlight
Wood/rifle stock - VMC Flat Brown, black wash, VMC Flat brown highlight
rifle metal/shovel - VMC Gunmetal, black wash
Bedding roll - VMC Russian Uniform
Helmet webbing bits - Khaki and VMC Russian Uniform
Helmet cover - VMC Refractive Green, black wash, VMC Refractive Green highlight