I still used washes over the colours and even the flesh to get the tone I wanted before finishing with the Army Painter - far too many steps perhaps to do them quickly. But as I had so many interruptions to my painting I used each uninterrupted session to plan out the painting. This worked out better in the long run - particularly for the horses - which I wanted to get right. Hopefully I have achieved this.
After finishing the painting I put the Quickshade Strong tone on (the mid range one) by brush.
After this I realised that the tone made some things a bit too dark and 'muddied' some of the white highlights. I ended up doing the white gloves, belts and the grenade design on the saddlecloth. The last bit was annoying - I can't paint small details that well and having it slightly raised in the sculpt would have been more helpful. I also redid the swords as the tone made them look a bit dirty. After the final paint touch-ups I made the bases - I always do my own with board and adhesive backed magnetic sheets.