Sunday 1st September: Red Samurai painting completed.   3 comments

The Red Samurai are painted and based ready to fight.  With their red lacquered armour they are useful as clan allies to either force.  They are based on the Red Devils of the Ii Clan and the followers of Ii Naomasa.

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Posted September 1, 2013 by wargamesdiary in Uncategorized

3 responses to “Sunday 1st September: Red Samurai painting completed.

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  1. These look amazing! I love the bases and the yellow is so effective. Well done!!

  2. Thanks cappucinogaming! I was in two minds about the basing style so I’m glad to receive your feedback. The red armour is very effective as a unit.

  3. I know next to nothing about samurai, but this has me wanting to get into the subject/period. Gorgeous!

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