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Ming army project (Battle of Byeokjegwan,1593)

Posted by OwenChpw on 03 Oct 2022, 01:35

Beautiful, precise Samurai as always. The end result is always so lovely!
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Posted by lirui on 28 Oct 2022, 17:25

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Posted by santifernandez on 28 Oct 2022, 17:53

impeccable paint job.
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Posted by Santi Pérez on 28 Oct 2022, 19:59

santifernandez wrote:impeccable paint job...

...as always! :drool:

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Posted by Bessiere on 29 Oct 2022, 03:31

Superb. :yeah:
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Posted by MABO on 30 Oct 2022, 10:48

I love the figures!
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Posted by Peter on 02 Nov 2022, 19:14

Wonderfull painted cavalry! :love:
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Posted by OwenChpw on 10 Nov 2022, 12:04

Good to see the new metal sculpts being painted! You have a truly vast collection now.

I was just wondering looking at these soldiers - the inner sleeves underneath the metal plate are all different colours. So they can be any colour?

Also red brigandine seems to be standard, but parade guards on《出警入跸圖》wear predominantly blue, while guards on 《徐顯卿宦跡圖》wear undyed brigandine (cotton fabrics are naturally yellow if undyed, i.e. what would be known as "nankeen"). So red and blue were the most common?
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