When I was thinking about how to paint these I knew I wanted the suits to be yellow. Yellow is not a color I enjoy highlighting, so I decided to use the Army Painter method of a colored primer. This was the first, and so far only, time I have used that method. I wanted to try it out on a uniformed group without too many details that I would have to repaint in different colors. Also, I happened to have another use for the yellow primer as part of my oil rig project. So I gave it a try. After spraying the Demonic Yellow primer, I touched up the spots where the spray did not reach with a bottle of the same color. After painting the minimal details (weapons, air tanks, visors, etc.) I gave them a quick wash of dark brown and sealed them with Testors Dullcote. I think they turned out fine for my purposes. It was a quick way to paint miniatures that are predominantly one color but not a method I would use often.
The one in the middle is from Crooked Dice. Unlike the other troopers, his suit contains his deadly powers inside, as evidenced by his glowing hand. I have had this miniature for years and finally painted it as part of this group.
They are ready to purify the unclean. Beware zombies!