You might have to wait a few weeks. He said on the forums it’s been averaging 2-3 weeks for Disney to approve his Legion videos since FFG contracted him to do the series. I did mine in a more monochromatic pallet using mechanicus standard grey, celestra grey, pure black, and pure white. Mixing these for separate tones. Pure nuln oil for dark shades and a thinner nuln oil for the lighter parts. And I always dry brush my weapons in Runefang Steel. I love the shine it gives them.
What green is that?
Shading to die for... throws own Legion minis in a barrel and sets them on fire
How did you get your blending so good? Especially on the goggles?
This is fantastic work
Very inspirational, I'm picking up two copies of this guy today and am excited to paint him after seeing yours!
Probably wet blending. Paint darker shade on one side, lighter shade on the other and then while the paint is still wet take a damp brush and spread the tones into each other, blending on the model itself for a smooth transition. Might have followed it with a glaze as well after it dried to further smooth out the tones.
Takes some bravery and a little practice but can make great results when mastered.
edit: That is how I would do it, but looking closer I wonder if for the goggles OP might have just painted the whole goggles dark red and then just made his light red very well thinned so it would still be transparent and layered it up that way in a few coats. Either method would work. Easier to get a transition over a smaller area that way, but harder to make the transition smooth.