Part of the Crusader project included groups of horses with no riders (with horse holders) that he wanted painted up for the collection. Thought for fun I challenged myself to paint with only one paint line on some of them and record what I did. I use several paint lines as each offer unique colors or capabilities so not endorsing to only use the Ps3 paints....but I certainly find them useful for painting horses. The reason being is one can thin them quite a bit without getting any paint separation which helps with horses as the thin coats can help ease the layers of transitions. I mostly included this for those who already use these paints for guidelines for those who want some ideas for painting horses. Match the formula with numerical reference to see the finished look with the picture. Keep in mind the percent of mixing is just approximate (not perfectly exact) as all horses will vary slightly and everyone has their own ideas of how little or how much contrast is needed.
Horse 1 Roan color: base...50/50 of each umbral brown/bloodstone. 2nd coat 100% bloodstone. 3rd coat 30/70 bogrin brown/bloodstone. mane & tail black thin add pink to highlight
horse 2: white horse: base 50/50 underbelly blue/white. 2nd coat add 50 percent more white to base. 3rd coat keep adding white to achieve the look you want. side note: white paint can come out somewhat chalky, keep the white thinned and add a touch of varnish to the paint...it helps prevent it from being chalky. You may need a couple of layers of the whitest highlights. legs/muzzle 50/50 black/iron grey and highlight with mostly iron grey. mane/tail 30/70 meaty ochre/moldy ochre then highlight with 70/30 menoth white/moldy ochre
horse 3: chestnut: base 70/30 bloodtracker brown/bloodstone. 2nd coat add 20 percent rucksan tan and keep adding additional rucksan to the mix until you are happy with the look. mane/tail 50/50 bloodtracker brown/rucksan tan. highlight with 80/20 rucksan tan/menoth white highlight. white socks 80/20 moldy ochre/rucksan tan highlight with menoth white highlight mixed in to the mix.
horse 4: dark brown: base 50/50 black/umbral brown. 2nd coat 100 percent umbral brown added to the mix to adjust to taste. 3rd coat add bloodtracker brown 20-30 percent to achieve desired contrast. mane/tail 100 percent black then add umbral brown for the highlights
horse 5:light brown: base: 100 percent battlefield brown. 2nd coat add 30 percent gun corp brown to achieve desired look. Final coats add 10 percent or so of moldy ochre.
horse 6: medium brown: base: 30/70 black/battlefield brown. 2nd coat add or use 100 percent battlefield brown. additional layers add roughly 20-30 percent gun corp to mix.
socks: see horse 3 or use a mix of iron grey with white about 50/50 and keep adding white to achieve wanted look on any of the above horse.