Saturday, September 29, 2012

Perry Choson Korean Archers

Here is the bow unit for Changun's army. They can also be in combined formation with the spearmen - filling the rear rank. For now they'll be in their own unit as Open Order Light Infantry with massed missile fire.
Here they are in Skirmish order.
I plan to work on two artillery pieces next.

15 comments:

  1. You've made these excellent figures shine. I really like the black and white uniforms offset with a burst of color in the commander and pendant!

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  2. Thanks a lot, Monty. I also like he look of the two-tone uniforms. At first I thought they were dull, but they actually have a nice appearance. Best, Dean

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  3. Fantastic! Diverse, colorful, those minis are really great!

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  4. Nice and colourful. Really great looking unit

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  5. Thanks for the kind comments. Best, Dean

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  6. Great looking figs Dean...excellent basing and color

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  7. These are tremendous Dean, love the colours and the basing. Lovely, lovely work.

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  8. WTG Dean! The Korean army is getting stonger!

    My mom is a big Korean soap fan because my sister-in-law watch with her (she is Korean). I have seen such costume in black and white often when I chat around and sit with them. Is there name for such uniform?

    Ben

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  9. Thanks for the kind words everyone.

    Ben: My mom (Japanese born & raised in Hawaii) also is a Korean soap fan - like many folks in Hawaii too.

    As far as the uniform goes - I'm not sure what it's called, but it seems to have been issued to government/garrison troops. The generic name for the loose garments is "hanbok" though.

    Best, Dean

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  10. Very well painted units full of character!

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  11. Thanks again for the kind comments and interest. Best, Dean

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