Paintwork has been (surprise, surprise) mostly in alkyd oils thinned with Original Liquin while Citadel acrylic paints have been used for most, but not all, of the detailing. In particular, I have Winsor & Newton gold straight from the tube (NOT thinned) for the lace across the fronts and on the sleeves of the good General's and Colonel's coats as well as their epaulettes.
Very easy to put it exactly where you want it, and metallic oils tend to dry much more rapidly than other colors within the medium. Great fun using the oils too, and each painting session is also a learning experience as I work to improve (and maybe one day perfect) my brushwork. Well pleased with the afternoon's work in any case. Ok, now it's back to salt mine and that stack of student papers staring me in the face from where they sit on the right end of my desk.