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    madaxeman
    madaxeman
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    Here are some pictures of a Samurai army that I haven’t painted myself…together with some bodged-together and over ambitious terrain..

    The army itself is a 15mm Samurai force for L’Art de la Guerre. Mostly composed of Old Glory figures from Timecast, they are supplemented with a handful of Baueda Emeshi cavalry and a Dixon 28mm Great Commander. All of them have been painted by Lurkio[/url].

    There is also a village using houses from Oshiro Terrain and a table-edge terrain feature in the shape of a home-made “ADLG Waterway” Samurai Castle wall.

    There are lots more pictures and a bit of a construction guide on Madaxeman.com

    see more of this rubbish at www.madaxeman.com

    #85179
    Mike
    Mike
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    They are very pretty.
    Why is the command bigger, just for impact?

    #85181
    OldBen1
    OldBen1
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    Beautiful, especially the koi pond.

    #85211
    Noel
    Noel
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    So pretty.

    #85219
    Darkest Star Games
    Darkest Star Games
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    As lovely as these are you really need to stop posting, as the temptation of getting into another period that you are offering is driving me wild!  

    Really lovely stuff dude.  I am impressed with the Oshiro buildings, they seem to have some great stuff.  Have you looked at the cardstock/home print castle?

    http://www.wargamevault.com/browse/pub/9531/Papierschnitzel

    "I saw this in a cartoon once, but I'm pretty sure I can do it..."

    #85269
    madaxeman
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    They are very pretty. Why is the command bigger, just for impact?

    in these rules (and some of the other sets I play) Generals are just “markers” – they are not combat units. Some armies also have the option for a “legendary”/famous commanders, so I have gotten into the habit of representing normal commanders with 15mm vignettes and these “great”commanders with 28mm figures.

    Yeah, it breaks the illusion of scale – but hey, we are talking tiny metal toy soldiers on a tabletop here, so the idea of representing an exceptional “character” with a different, more impressive type of “marker” works for me …. and is a bit of a chance to put some impressive 28mm Generals on table more often too. So, What’s not to like?! 💂🏼‍♂️

    see more of this rubbish at www.madaxeman.com

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