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Cool! I like the color choices and the armor looks really good!

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5 minutes ago, Gargs said:

Cool! I like the color choices and the armor looks really good!

 

Thank you!

There will be a lot more Undead and Oni in Samurai armor soon!

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Great color scheme! His base reminds me of tea. I should make more tea, and avoid samurai zombies ^_^

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2 minutes ago, Cyradis said:

Great color scheme! His base reminds me of tea. I should make more tea, and avoid samurai zombies ^_^

 

Thank you!

 

That's funny, I usually use tea for basing!

This time I didn't and mixed three different types of basing material..and it still looks like the tea bases?

I might stick to tea then...much cheaper...::):

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2 hours ago, Glitterwolf said:

 

Thank you!

 

That's funny, I usually use tea for basing!

This time I didn't and mixed three different types of basing material..and it still looks like the tea bases?

I might stick to tea then...much cheaper...::):

 

But if you use it in a base, then you can't drink it. Dilemmas! 

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whaaaaaat! someone else doing L5R stuff?!

awesome.

Ive been chipping away at my Rokugan project, and this definitely inspires me to push those things to the front of the queue.

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4 hours ago, Cyradis said:

Great color scheme! His base reminds me of tea. I should make more tea, and avoid samurai zombies ^_^

 

Eh, if they show up, offer them tea, in their honour.  Then some sort of snack in their honour, then a cleansing bath in their honour (made of holy water).  Oops, can't go any further and no zombie. 

 

... Wait, that doesn't work?  Hmm...  Cookies then, or failing that a glitter bomb to the face will make even the undead give you an extra second or two in that daring escape... 

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8 hours ago, Coydt said:

Really cool!  I would agree on the great colors.  Love the autumn feel of the base! 

 

7 hours ago, KruleBear said:

Nice...really looks like he just dug himself out of some dusty ground. 

 

Thank you both!

I appreciate the comments!

 

10 hours ago, vulture said:

whaaaaaat! someone else doing L5R stuff?!

awesome.

Ive been chipping away at my Rokugan project, and this definitely inspires me to push those things to the front of the queue.

 

I started an Asian Undead /Oni project just for fun and display.

Look at the WIP for the background on this army,.

 

Right now the minis waiting are from Clan Wars and Kensei and a few Grenadier Asian Dragons.

I also have a Ral Partha Ki'Rinn waiting and I purchased some Reaper minis to go with this.

 

I'm looking forward to see your's painted!!!

 

 

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3 minutes ago, Chaoswolf said:

I like him; good job!

 

Thank you CW!!!

 

I appreciate the comment.

 

More will come, I have a lot of Undead Samurai and Oni waiting for paint.

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