I started painting this model specifically for a stamp in out Battle Journals (they record our accomplishments throughout the year in relations to Warmachine and Hordes) for this first seasonal league. We had to paint a Mercenary or Minion model/unit, and I painted the Totem Hunter because the model is pretty cool looking and has some awesome abilities.
This model was done in three stages. The first stage was the base layer of paint. There is no shading, no highlight of the model at this point. This is just straight colors out of the pot.
Strong Tone Quickshade from The Army Painter. It provides a very quick shading to the model and just speeds up the painting of the model (with the collection I have, I need it!). After the dip dries, it leaves the model looking very, very wet! In these photos, the model is completely dry and it still looks like the model has just come out of the water! This leads to the third stage...
Highland Tuft from The Army Painter and create the basing. I used a Gold Fine Point Marker to create the lines on the side of the base to show the facing of the model.
You can see what the original model from Privateer Press looks like to compare against mine.