This was my attempt at a heavily mechanised PLA-meets-Halo army.
(a) dark colour scheme with subtle drybrush was a mistake. Drybrush should be radically lighter. Subtle is for 28mm. 15mm needs to be bold and contrasting. In hindsight, Chris from Dropship Horizon has a green-wash-over-metal paint technique that I might have done well to copy.
(b) not enough contrast with weapons*. Another contrast colour is needed as the gold helmet visor is small
(c) too many vehicles (!) Well, more than is needed for a Tomorrow's War game. I could have outfitted a second platoon with the excess vehicles
(d) the PLA camo scheme on the vehicles was too effective in removing interesting sculpting details
*I also think the New Israelis mount a convincing argument for outsizing the weapons in 15mm. Their realistic-sized assault rifles look rather puny. Even if I painted the guns bright orange it would be hard to make them noticeable. The GZG UNSC have slightly larger weapons and it makes a big difference.