Here is some recent work I did for Jon from Khurasan miniatures, who is an amazing fellow.
He asked if I could try a military scheme on these minis, and very generously sent me a pack. As they are armed with "pulse rifles" that look a lot like AK47's, I decided to use them as fodder troops alongside my Armies Army Rusks. This made the color scheme simple... Russian green armor/webbing, black fatigues.
The painting went extremely fast. I think the whole lot took about an hour.
I undercoated in light grey, painted the green and flesh areas, then washed the whole mini in Army painter strong tone.
Once dry, I highlighted the green and flesh areas, then painted the fatigues and weapons black.
Once the black dried I did 2 highlight passes of dark grey and light grey, and dabbed some chainmail onto the gun's metal bits.
I have had the unhelmeted versions sitting in my drawer for a long time, to paint as wasteland homesteaders. It will be interesting to get them looking different to these with color alone.
"What's that terrain in the background though Spacejacker?" I hear you cry. Its was an experiment using cardboard boxes from the craft store as buildings. Very quick and easy, and best of all cheap... They cost about $1 each not counting the bits I stuck on.