Lazy Luke Paints: Dystopian Wars Kingdom of Britannia


After being promised for a while (and these photos are months old as well, which shows just how lazy I’ve been), I finally present the Lazy Luke method of painting Dystopian Wars Kindom of Britannia ships. I picked a scheme I found on the old Spartan Games forums – which means I can’t find it anymore and therefore means I can’t link to it – which in turn was inspired by the Nelson Chequer paint scheme.

Since the GW paint range has now changed, the colours I describe will be the old ones – but you can find rough equivalents on the GW website here. I won’t translate the names myself, since apparently some of the colours are quite different, and I haven’t had a chance to test them all out (I still have enough old paint that I won’t be switching over for my Dystopian Wars models).

Anyway, on with the steps!

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Lazy Luke Paints: Space Marine Terminators


So here’s my second how-to-paint-if-you’re-really-lazy post, mainly because I haven’t done anything new this week and I don’t have anything else to post about.

Without further ado, here is how I painted all those 102 terminators you saw last week, and you’ll shortly understand why I didn’t go crazy painting all of them.

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Lazy Luke Paints: Dystopian Wars Covenant of Antarctica

What we're going to end up with

As you might have noticed from all my previously painted stuff, nearly everything I paint uses washes – or more particularly, a single wash at the end. So, with that in mind, here’s my first step-by-step guide to painting something the Lazy Luke way, which basically involves flat coats and a wash near the end to tie it all together.

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