To be honest, when painting individual models, I don't strictly keep recipes. Individual models are my "fun time" painting wise, I generally just tend to freewheel and eyeball it.
And where I mainly use unmixed colours in production line painting for speed and consistency, for individual model I mix my little brains out...
I start with a basecoat, add a little bit of this for the following few stages, a little bit of that next. And I tweak colour and shade with washes as I go along.
Judging by what paints are on the painting table, for this leather I used:
-Vallejo Mahogany Brown (846)
-Vallejo German Camouflage Orange Ochre (824)
-Vallejo Yellow Ochre (913)
and all 3 of GW's previous brown washes; Devlan Mud, Ogryn Flesh and Gryphonne Sepia, somewhere along the way...
Didn't get much done this weekend, I helped a mate pack for an upcoming move this weekend. I did glue some skeletons together though. They'll be part of the Generic Dungeon (but useable for WHQ as well), and serve as a change of pace from the Quest mini's, as and when needed.
I have to say, the new Vampire Counts skelly kit is quite nice! (Even though I really miss the option for bows. But apparently VC's don't get skeleton archers anymore?)