Shenanigans, painting and solo wargaming from Ireland.
Rather nice, but sorry no ideas where the items come from. Been making a load of Samurai models myself as its a great period model making.
No idea who makes them but look very nice castings.
I'm going to be usefull too and say that I've no idea where they're from, nice though...
I second what Scotty says. Very nice accessories
Nope, no idea either. Very nice though.
Me neither but it looks like a regular arsenal and ready for a mobilization scenario, or the other guys try to steal it from the sleepy guards--or are they?
Yep, those are superb. Even better in situ in the last couple of photos.
They do look fantastic in situ ( I must resist another period!)
Where are the fake hands with razor fingers like in "Enter the Dragon"? :-)
I know I repeat myself, but you have a stunning "samurai" collection!
These are literally so cute. Love it!
Thats some great looking scenary that will add alot to any game you play
Devil is in the details. . . ;-)Great work Fran!T.
yes, nice fashion accessories :P
Those are cool little weapon racks! :)
Nice rack...of weapons.
lol im amazed by how many of these different figurines ther are
I always figured the naginata would be unwieldy and hard to use but what do I know.
It can be usefull.
I like the dojo a lot.
I have no ideas to share, but very nice!!
Very cool miniatures, my friend. I wonder what it would be like to see life sized versions of these figurines. If I owned them, I would have them sitting just on the inside of my front door to intimidate the shit out of people when they walked in.
Are they part of the Wolverine Collection?
No idea about manufacter, but sure you have a true impressive sengoku collections... have you ever considered to add a bit of fantasy, I think of the Legend of the Five Rings, or if you into anima at Inuyasha...
Liking the samurai figurines
Okay, I'll bite: They're from the Museum Miniatures range.http://www.museumminiatures.co.uk/pages/28mm%20pages/page%2028%20samurai.htmNice work by the way! :)Curt
Ouch! Ouch! Ouch! Ouch!
Wicked. Especially the matchlocks
organization, even for a lethal killer is very important. reminds me of my tie rack in my closet.
Thank interior is very impressive.
@Curt: Good man!
Last time I think about why in your nick we can find ANGRY ?? :D very nice collection :P
Excellent -- I really like this kind of detail piece.
nice one Fran!!!
Those stands look great. Really add to the showdown going on in that room. Who's going to kill whom, and with what? Stay tuned!
That's some very cool stuff!Christopher
Very nice indeed! Good work :)CheersThomas
beautiful detail on those spears and rifles! :D
those blades on the weapon stands look awesome.
That's pretty awesome.
swords are awesome! well done
Those are very lovely castings, lots of great detail. THey look like a joy to paint.
âmazed at the level of detail. Found out some guys play with 28mms in the cellar of my house once a week. think ill go by this week!
Can you make your own?
Those look great!
it looks beautiful
Racks of weapons early on in blog are from AW Miniatures, excellent small company.