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Nakayama Hayato as the Silver Samurai

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Here is one of my latest super hero figures, a speed paint of the Silver Samurai.

 

I saw a few details were soft on the Bones version, but I was very impressed with this fig.  Yes, I see I missed a few mold lines, I didn't see most of them until I started painting and only cleaned up the most obvious ones at that point.  The Bones sword being anchored at two points made it practically impossible to straighten.  I will likely pick one up in metal down the road to paint as a traditional samurai.

 

Comments appreciated, a very quick speed paint, I elected to go for vibrant stylized equipment instead of realism as I was already trying to elicit the stylized silver used in comics already.

 

More pics and ramblings on my blog.

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