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Shadows of Brimstone Ashigaru Conscripts

In this post, we take a look at some Ashigaru Conscripts painted by Dave Lamers for Shadows of Brimstone: Forgotten Fortress. These miniatures are a part of the Shadows of Brimstone: Forgotten Fortress by Flying Frog Productions.

These miniatures came specifically in the Feudal Japan Ally Set. People could get that through the Shogun pledge level of the Kickstarter.

Now, let’s take a look at those minis.

The Painted Ashigaru Conscripts Miniatures

As always, Dave does great work. He paints for an arms length away, but I like to zoom right in there. Check these guys out!

Ashigaru Conscripts for Shadows of Brimstone
Here is a full look at the miniature from the top of this article.
The back of the mini
The back of the miniature.
Another Feudal Japan Ally for Shadows of Brimstone: Forgotten Fortress.
Another one of the allies.
The Back of the miniature for Shadows of Brimstone: Forgotten Fortress. Painted Board Game Miniatures.
And the back of the miniature.

These miniatures look absolutely great. Especially for a quick job intended to be viewed from an arms length away.

Related Links

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

He did a good job on these miniatures and I am really enjoyed photographing his work for Shadows of Brimstone: Forgotten Fortress. You can find Shadows of Brimstone: Forbidden Fortress on Amazon (Check Price Here – Affiliate Link).

Originally, these miniatures were an add-on in the Forbidden Fortress Kickstarter as part of the Shogun level pledge. For more about the creators of these miniatures and the game, Shadows of Brimstone, you can find Flying Frog Productions online store here. You can also find them on Facebook and YouTube too.

Wrapping it up…

Thank you for checking out Dave’s Ashigaru Conscripts with me today. He did some really nice work on them.

Even though he painted them to a tabletop standard meant for an arm’s length away, they hold up well up close too.

Until next time, Happy Gaming Everyone!!!

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