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Ferb's Fighting Forces: Assembling the Dropzone Commander plastic miniatures & a building fix

I commented yesterday that I was disappointed with the card buildings so I had another look at them. I noticed that the roof tabs had a whit.

Media Library ‹ Samurai Armour Nihon No Katchu UK — WordPress

Media Library ‹ Samurai Armour Nihon No Katchu UK — WordPress

Ashigaru bowman and spearman during the Japanese Warring States Period

An early May Bank holiday is usually an opportunity to get some painting done as the weather is generally pretty poor.

Teppou Ashigaru (Gun Footmen, or Musketeers) Muskets brought into Japan for the first time in 1543 were named tanegashima after the island where they were introduced. They were also called hinawa-juu (matchlock guns) because himawa (a fuse cord) was used to kindle the gunpowder. In the course of time Kunitomo in Omi, Negoro in Ku, and Sakai in Izumi saw a period of prosperity as the three major cities in gun-manufacturing, while muskets gradually spread across the country.

A comparison of matchlocks and equipment between ashigaru (Japanese foot soldier) and a European soldier from roughly the same time periods.

Andrea Miniatures AND-S15F03 Ashigaru 1600 9 white metal casting parts for assembly and painting

Andrea Miniatures Ashigaru 1600 9 white metal casting parts for assembly and painting