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Painted Daimayos Ashigaru Showcase

In this showcase I show you some Painted Daimayos Ashigaru by Dave Lamers. While Dave painted the miniatures, I photographed them. These miniatures are a part of a series that I am doing on Flying Frog Productions’ Forgotten Fortress Kickstarter.

I am keeping today’s post short, so let’s get right into the photographs.

Dave’s Painted Daimayos Ashigaru

Dave Painted up a few of these warriors.
They came out looking pretty good!
Dave’s client is going to have a fantastic looking boardgame!
Overall, these Daimayos Ashigaru look great and I like the paint job Dave did on these guys.

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Dave is a regular on Must Contain Minis. For more of his work, check out Dave’s Painter’s Page on Must Contain Minis.

If you are interested in finding Shadows of Brimstone: Forbidden Fortress on Amazon you can check the price here (Affiliate Link). As a note, the miniatures in this post are exclusives from the Forbidden Fortress Kickstarter as part of the Shogun level pledge.

Wrapping it up…

Thank you for checking out Dave’s painted Daimayos Ashigaru miniatures. They look pretty good to me – especially since these are board game minis painted for an arm’s length distance.

What do you think?

Until next time, Happy Gaming Everyone!!!

This Post Has 3 Comments

  1. Andrés F.

    Were this done using Contrast paints or similar? I like them, but they look unfinished to me, even if they are just board pieces. Something about the skin that lacks detail, but also because the lacquer in the armor of Japanese soldiers of this period was very color, bright reds, blues, and also blacks. Of course I’m just basing my knowledge on Osprey books and movies by Kurosawa! 🙂


    1. Jacob Stauttener

      Hey Andres. I am not sure what paints Dave used to paint the figures. Thanks for the comment. Hope you are doing well.

  2. Dave

    Hi Andrea, I did start using some contrast paints recently yes. Looking at this figure now, having learned more about the limitation of contrast I do agree that parts seem unfinished. I can’t speak to the historical accuracy of these guys, I have been commission painting figures for this game and basing my inspiration off the cards that come with the game and painted figures by other painters.

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