All of the figures are Essex brand.
Let's look at the infantry.
I painted six Pike elements, if I recall these are called "Western Macedonian" pikes by Essex. I used transfer decals for the Macedonian stars on the shields. One element was painted as Foot Companions. The others were painted with red tunics and white linothorax. If I field an Army with a General Pike element, the foot companions will be a distinctive General element.
For Auxilia, I painted two elements of Peltasts (above) and two elements of Illyrian Javelin (below).
I bought a bunch of Greek slingers for Psiloi, painting up four elements in this first batch. A few Successor States and Hellenistic Greek armies field many Psiloi, I have more to paint, including Scythian slingers for variety.
Finally, Greek mercenaries played a role in many Successor State battles, so I have painted up two elements. The shields are handpainted.
Tomorrow, I'll post photos of the mounted elements - Cavalry and Knights - and share a few lessons learned from this painting effort.