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    alfonsothetraitor
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    IMG_5158IMG_5160These are my new Sashimonos for my elite cavalry.

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    necron099
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    These can are looking great!

    #1364828

    templar007
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    As always, great job.

    These look like they belong in a museum display.

    Would love to see these in and around a Japanese Feudal Castle! (scale of course) .☺

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    alfonsothetraitor
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    Thank you guys I truly appreciate the kind words.

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    teddymademedoit
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    These do look fantastic, the armour in particular,  is that NMM?

    #1365897

    alfonsothetraitor
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    These miniatures are from Warlord Games plastic line.

    #1365898

    alfonsothetraitor
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    @teddymademedoit what is NMM?

     

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    teddymademedoit
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    Sorry @alfonsothetraitor I missed this. NMM is Non Metal Metallics, usually using a scale of grey paints to represent silver and brown to yellow paints to represent gold.

    I was wondering if the greys you painted here are reprinting metal or if grey was the colour of the armour these wore. You’ve picked out the armour on the horses particularly well with this and I can’t quite tell if it’s silver or grey

    Again it’s a fantastic job you’ve done!

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    alfonsothetraitor
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    @teddymademedoit I use metallic paints but I think you are talking about the black tassels on the horse I was highlighting it with grey.

     

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