This Vampire is an old Mordhiem model I have had for years! I used my base painting, Citadel Shades, then minor high lights with SAME base color trick. I do not really like the bright colors. Some miniatures look cool that way, but I prefer more natural colors. So you can see I paint the model, usually using 1 color. Sometimes a high light. I paint the base on a white primer. Usually I spray a black primer, THEN a white heavy misting to create shadows (I spray from top down white only) and then I paint colors. I paint the shade on the particular color only then when dry, the next shade. So where you see red, I used the red shade, on the metal chest plate, black, on the boots and belt I used sepia, and on the pants regular brown. Face received the skin toned shade.
Cape and hair got the black shade. I used the same "tire black" Life color paint I used as the main base to high light the washed cape, thus giving it a more natural effect.
This is a Bones PVC model. I got this with the Kick Starter. Their models aren't bad AT ALL for the price. Cleaning up the flash lines sucks though. Same painting method as Vampire.