Glade guard paint scheme, as requested.
Undercoat white ( as light a coating as you can get away with ), thinned elf flesh and white 1:1 for the flesh, Clothing panels are Khemri Brown and commando Kaki ( again thinned ). ( if you look at the models you can see that the clothing is layered, so decide which layers are which colour for each model...I tend to vary this to add some variety between models ) Boots are khaki. midrif 'corset' is scorched brown. leather straps on arms scorched brown or khaki ( again, for variety ). All Cloaks are Goblin Green, leather masks/helmets graveyard earth. Hair is Iyanden Darksun ( highlighted later with a little bleached bone and then white ). At this point the model looks very bright and not at all like the finished article.
Then selectively wash with Devlan Mud, thakra green and gryphon sepia. This is for me the key part. I tend to use washes to modify colour and also to add contrast and shadows. Cloaks are washed with thinned thakra green. All washes are thinned to various degrees and selectively applied in various stages until I think it looks right. e.g. boots have a very heavy wash with Devlan to stain the khaki and add a lot of shadow in the folded areas, but the main clothing panels get a light thin wash to add some depth and a slight tint.
Then some selective highlighting using the base coat colours. Then a base colour/white mix for extreme highlights.
Then I pick out some of the detail using bleached bone or chaos black and apply some selective highlights of elf flesh and white to the skin areas.
top tip: paint the cloaks separately and glue once done.