Tuesday, 12 April 2011

28mm Painted Sengoku Period Samurai Post-Town Buildings

.........28mm Japanese post-town buildings from Oshiro Model Terrain, the buildings represent the period from 1350-1400 onwards to 1615 and beyond, bought painted back in the day when I could afford it (single), the figures are 28mm Perry Miniatures. They are part of a large sengoku samurai scenery collection I have collected over the years.





52 comments:

  1. those are beautiful buildings!

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  2. Very pretty, and a great naturalistic paintjob.

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  3. Architecture that is so synonymous with a period works wonders. These look fantastic. Great colour choices, love the ‘blue’ roof particularly.

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  4. This is a period of history that has always fascinated me. Nice work, Fran, and thanks for posting these pics. More please soon!

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  5. thats really nice, one of the best scenarys ive seen. awesome stuff man.

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  6. Good!! I love it.
    from Japan(^^)

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  7. They look awesome! are they very expensive? you can't afford them now?

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  8. wow that is really cool!

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  9. Great painting, you can really see the weather and wear on the facades of the buildings.

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  10. Those builds are beautiful, I wish I lived there myself!

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  11. If only I was tiny so that I can live in those homes.

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  12. I always like this stuff but I really don't have the money for it...

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  13. So where is the rest of your collection? You will show us right?

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  14. Nice. Wargaming terrain with a historical theme for the Orient is hard to come by.

    Might have to do something about that...

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  15. Very nice. My only familiarity with samurai-era Japanese miniatures comes from a fusion with fantasy in Legend of the 5 Rings. Cool to see some pieces that are based in real-world history instead.

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  16. Great buildings!! Lovely period as well.

    Cheers
    Christopher

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  17. Oshiro really have some nice stuff. You did a really good job, would love to see more of those Japanese.

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  18. I used to wear a hat like that when I went on takuhatsu.

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  19. Nice ! Those buildings would go great with my samurai (http://JPOnMinis.blogspot.com)! I just received more samurai

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  20. Very nice, Fran, about time we saw some of these on the blog!!!

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  21. Of course japanese, that would have done for J..!!
    Nice looking buildings.

    Cheers
    Paul

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  22. Awesome detail! good stuff!

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  23. Great looking buildings Fran. You going to put up some pics of your other buildings too?

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  24. I love those type of buildings, they look pretty realistic! :D

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  25. I'm just laughing because Christopher(aka Axebreaker) told you you have a lovely period. Do you?

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  26. Nice you need some Samurai or Ninja assassins roaming about instead of pedestrians. A Ninja with a fire arm.

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  27. As long as it's regular. Admirable simplicity of the garden out back too.

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  28. It looks the business...period and all

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  29. That's some very nice work there.

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  30. gotta admire your attention to detail. good work

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  31. I just started playing Shogun 2: Total War, and I really think you would like it quite a bit. Very meaty tactical game from a great franchise.

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  32. yeah excellent man, the style really matches the figs

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  33. Nice Blog! Following.
    Those are really nice miniatures. I like everything about samurai.

    Jaccstev
    Movie-Cafe.blogspot.com

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  34. I've been addicted to Shogun 2 lately, so its cool seeing these here.

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  35. Woah that's insane o_O Very detailed.

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  36. Lovely evocative terrain. That sort of thing makes all the difference when gaming.

    Definitely a setting that I would like to game in at some stage. Maybe in another decade or so, once I have eventually finished off a few other projects.

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  37. Those look great. I could see using them in a 7 Samurai scenario.

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