After undercoating in chaos black, paint some of the cloth areas in Scab Red. I painted the headdress, and skirting.
next paint the cloth bands/wraps (ankles, wrists, binding on spear) in kommando khaki
However, to have a better looking figure, you will want to go on to the next two stages.
STAGE TWO: WASH
Using devlin mud or badab black, and a thick rounded brush, apply citedal wash all over the model. After drying the brush a bit on a tissue, dab softly at areas where the wash pools too thickly/darkly to sponge up some of the wash, leaving a model that has the wash's ink in all the recesses.
It looks great when it's still wet, but it will grow muted as it dries.
STAGE THREE: Highlighting
you now want to paint all the raised surfaces again, in their original colour. Because the wash darkens the surfaces, as well as shadowing the recesses, painting some of the original colour on just the raised surfaces adds a very nice contrast to the figure, gets rid of that muted look, and gives you a great finished product.
Paint scab red on the raised surfaces of the red cloth and liche purple on the purple cloth raised surfaces
then paint the kommando khaki on the sash and other wrapping (wrists, ankles, below spear tip)