My Panoceania force was my first foray into Infinity. Rather than the old grey of the studio scheme (which they’ve since changed to a lovely light blue), I went for something slightly brighter with a red colour scheme.

The red areas are painted with Mechrite Red (although now that colour’s out of production I’ve had to switch to Khorne Red, which isn’t a perfect match), washed with Agrax Earthshade, then re-highlighted up through Mechrite Red, to Mephiston Red, Evil Sunz Scarlet and then Fiery Orange (or Trollslayer Orange).

All PanOceania models - August 2013
All PanOceania models – August 2013

The grey fatigues are simply Celestra Grey washed with Nuln Oil, and re-highlighted with Celestra Grey.

Order Sergeant with Spitfire - click to enlarge
Order Sergeant with Spitfire – click to enlarge

Black areas don’t really receive much attention from me on these models – sometimes there’ll be a single highlight of an old very dark grey mix I made years ago, although on some of my Military Orders models, where the black is a little more prevalent, I may add a further highlight of Mechanicus Standard Grey:

Equestrian Knight of the Holy Sepulchre - click to enlarge
Equestrian Knight of the Holy Sepulchre – click to enlarge

White areas are painted first with Celestra Grey, then highlighted with Ceramite White:

Knight Hospitalier with Multi Rifle - click to enlarge
Knight Hospitalier with Multi Rifle – click to enlarge

For the metallics I simply use Leadbelcher washed with Nuln Oil. I’ll sometimes add a thin highlight of Chainmail on swords:

Indigo Brother Konstantinos - click to enlarge
Indigo Brother Konstantinos – click to enlarge

To reflect the multi-cultural background of Panoceania, I’ve tried to give a mix of skin-tones, from light to dark across the range, where appropriate:

Fusiliers - click to enlarge
Fusiliers – click to enlarge
Fusiliers and Remotes - click to enlarge
Fusiliers and Remotes – click to enlarge
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