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Making a Bonchõ

The hanging bell (Bonchõ) is one of the most common features around a Budhist temple, it’s a relatively simple scenery piece, so I decided to make one. I used some hirst arts stone tiles I had laying around for the base, but you can easily use some bluefoam and carve the stoning yourself. The bell […]

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Bushido table (WIP)

The Bushido skirmish game has always peeked my interest since it first was announced a couple of years ago, a friend of mine already bought his Temple faction last year and steadily painted them all up. For my birthday he got me a prefecture starter, he knew I couldn’t resist a japanese miniature skirmish game […]

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Demo table for Anima Tactics

It was my long time dream to make a japanese themed wargame table, after starting on many different projects I finally decided to make a skirmish table that I could take with me in case I wanted to play on another location or for demoing purposes. Before I started the board I already had some […]

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Japanese temple #2

Some time ago I bought a Japanese lamp on ebay, it was pretty cheap and the size was perfect for 28/30mm scale miniatures, so with some added rooftiles and wall texture this is the result.

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Japanese lantern

On a rainy day, me and my wife decided to model some lovely japanese lanterns and after 2 hours we had these three lanterns and some small decorations which I will use in a later project.

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Japanese temple

This temple took me about 6 hours to complete, the main issue I had was the slightly curved roof and the four corners of the roof. In the end I think the result is nice, but if I had to make another I would try some real shingled rooftiles, maybe next time hehe.

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