Lazy Paint Productions
Welcome to Lazy Paint Productions! We’re a miniature painting, D&D, and Warhammer blog that focuses on painting guides for both beginners and pros, with a particular emphasis on getting the best paint job for the least effort. Lazy Paint Productions isn’t just a site, it’s a community, so if you like our content check out our Discord server at https://discord.gg/gw37bp4VkT
In which I make my return to LPP and paint Saruman’s coffee table.
Overview: In this painting guide I will be showing how I paint black armor with green edge highlights. In this case, I wanted a neon/futuristic look instead of a more realistic look. Paints used: Abaddon Black Incubi Darkness Warpstone Glow Moot Green Any Yellow...
My initial impression of the packaging was that it was quite wonderful to look at. The box art was appealing and the backside has exactly what you would get in the box. However, the contents inside were quick jarring. Inside the box you get two sprues (one normal...
It’s been a while, but I’m back with a guide on painting Warhammer 40,000 Necron Warriors in the classic silver and green colours of the Sautekh Dynasty!
Army Painter Speedpaint Review, and How to Add Weathering, Moss, and Dirt Effects to Rocky Terrain Pieces
In this article I review some Army Painter Speedpaints, and do a quick guide on how to add some dirty weathering and moss to your bland bits of rocky terrain.
In this guide I’ll show you how to paint the Nolzur’s dwarf fighter, with techniques designed for more advanced painter who is comfortable with edge highlighting and wants to try out some blending techniques!
In this painting guide I tackle how to paint the Witch-King of Angmar, focusing on getting a ragged, dirty, aged look on his black robes and a dark, evil-looking metal for his armour.
In this painting guide, I’ll teach you two methods of painting Nighhaunt robes; One simple and quick and one advanced!
Everyone needs a wet palette, so let’s see how one of the most common ones stacks up! And there’s some rambling about a glorified coffee mug too.