They are the same colours as all the others; and incidentally the scheme from which PVP worked out the colourscheme for the DKK. I had at one point envisaged the whole army homogeneously completed in the same colourscheme. I still like the idea of this, but have strayed. Oh well.
To be particular about these guys in particular, they are done to a slightly higher standard than most of the rest of them; the faces are better (don't laugh !) and I may go back and cover the goggles and field dressing on helmets.
I like the way they've turned out. As small squads and individual models they look good. As a massed army, the realistic army colours mean the whole lot become an amorphous muddy mob. Which, when you think about, is exactly the idea.
Obviously I could go back and and highlight the lasguns, or put a different colour on the straps around the blanket rolls. But there are over a hundred of them and I've got more pressing things to do; these guys are good enough (bar the bases).
I like the sculpts - they make a basecoat and wash (Khemris Brown and Deluvian Mud) paint job look good. They still look good, are in varied enough poses and headgear to not look staid or just plain rubbish and in a nod to the Commissar Caine books, some have comm-beads. Although having said that. I'm not sure which came first.
I do still have pig iron winter guard heads and wargames factory bodies so with a few more specialised cadian arms, that'll be it for 540th Valhallan (Kado) Regiment of the Imperial Guard.