Usashi

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  1. I think JSA was also supposed to be a next year realese? Besides we might get red veil/ operation icestorm box that might be tied to that super dreadful event (a.k.a remember Ko dali? - you have seen nothing yet), so realising a dual box on March/April could nicely tie it to the campaign.
  2. Unless it's not a Mushashi in maid cafe outfit with a decapitated umbra peeking for pants, I'm not buying it.
  3. Bostria metions works on unknown model so I don't think it's a resculpt. + 1 for a MSV 2. I'd love to see a trooper like that in JSA.
  4. Bostria also mentions works on an unknown Japanese trooper.
  5. So much better than the original model.
  6. I had this idea about my table for a long time as I always wanted to add an lenticular type of billboard. I can't really find a decent source of scifi lenticular or anime postcards. The easiest way I found is buying a magnetic blue ray cover. The problem is the covers aren't exactly cheep (I'd need at least 2) and are way over too big so I'd have to crop them in the end. Since you guys had plenty of ideas about the Buddha, can anyone suggest something about lenticular cards?
  7. Gorgeous miniatures. I'm a fan of limited palette as well. Keep it up
  8. Cheers guys As @gru6y said, I think the Buddha is a nice stand alone piece but it's a bit dark and with that kind of painting, I'm not really sure if it looks good with other terrain on the table. Still since I'm going to build a shrine around it, in the end the statue might blend in. I don't really mind plastic toy effect (although personally I don't see it that way) as the whole table is a bit plastic and over the top. I've used Zen terrain's "oriental" overlays and there is one "nippon" style above sushi bar entrance. I was recently rereading Akira and I have to add such a banner under the catwalk at some point
  9. It's been a while since the last post. Painting a Buddha statue was a time consuming processes where I used various techniques and colours (thank you guys for all suggestions). So I've tried pure gold with various metallics inks, dark statue with colour washes and bright colourful outlines and in the end I also bought holographic spray cans and that's how the statue looks now. I've started with a lapis paint but ended buying a second can with a stronger green to purple effect. I'm not sure If I want to add anything more as I've already spent too much time on this piece of terrain. Also I've added a section of cover to my catwalks.
  10. Fixing by hex size, it should look more or less like this.