A small measure of progress on the painting table today:
In this not-so-great pic, the archer cohort of my First Legion of Ever Present Glory troops has been visited by the paint-laden brush! The armor is mostly done, now the bows, quivers, tunics, and other small details need to be finished.
Also in the pic above is the command cohort of my Arídani Legion of Lady Mríssa troops. Nothing has been done to them for a long time, other than the first dabbings of flesh-colored paint on the first miniature. I think that these miniatures are going to be among the hardest to paint for my Tsolyáni force, as the details are small and delicate and it will take some careful painting. I am wondering if I should just paint over the slender chains fastening their skirts with flesh, then go back over the chains with a dark wash and a metallic drybrush. It might make the process some what faster.