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These are all painted in acrylic, with oil washes and powders for weathering. I also used latex on the signs for chipping, and oil-powder mix for the rust. Acrylics by GW, oils by Daler Rowney and powders by MIG.
They're sealed in with Humbro Matt Cote from an airbrush to make them table ready. Mid layer varnishing was a mix of GW and Long Life floor polish (the latter through the airbrush).
Basing is GW sand and Scorched Grass. The tall grass is by Noch.
The snow is baking powder, I didn't like (looks great, but is too fragile - would work best, as with the GW, for making slush), covered with Noch Powder for the deep drifts. I've tried GW static snow on some other models (who will no doubt apear soon enough), and I didn't like it - too shiny and you can see the fibres.
Out of time this week, but if anyone want more info, ask away in the comments box.