Tuesday, March 4, 2014

Yamato (Pre-Samurai) DBA Army

Well here is the army arrayed - less an element stand of Psiloi. They're on a nice display board my buddy Pat L. (Socal Warhammer) gave me a few weeks ago.
Still need to attach an appropriate flag to the standard bearer.
The bases were cut from some plasticard stands that I already had - they have magnetic sheet bottoms.
These were the first 15mm figures I've ever painted; and I found them not at all displeasing to paint up.

22 comments:

  1. This is excellent stuff, especially if these are your first 15mm figs!

    Well done!

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  2. Thanks, Ev! These are my first 15's, and I am very impressed with the level of detail on these sculpts by Khurusan. Best, Dean

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  3. Top notch Dean, you've rattled these out in no time!

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  4. Not a fan of DBA armies (not an army for me), but you made a great work with your first 15´s.
    Congrats!!

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  5. Great figures, Great Colors, a job well done Dean! looking forward to your next 15mm army/project.

    all the best,
    Phil

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  6. They look really impressive amassed like that that Dean, bravo Sir.

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  7. Great looking army! Fielding a DBA army provides as close to instant gratification as we can get in our hobby. You made short work of getting it finished.

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  8. Thanks for stopping by, and posting such great comments.

    This project has removed any prejudices I may have held against 15mm in the past.

    Warm Regards, Dean

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  9. Thanks for your kind words, Simon. Best, Dean

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  10. Fabulous! With these being your 1st, well, look out for the 2nd. ;-)

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  11. That is great news Dean regarding to your confession painting 15mm figures is not so bad after all and you are properly considering painting up more DBA or even Basic Impetus armies, which is great!

    um..any chance you switching on comment "reply" option? Threaded commenting allows a reader to reply to other reader comments or your comments on that post.

    regards,
    Phil

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    1. I did it! Thanks to Google-foo! :)

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  12. This is looking great (even if it is in the wrong scale ;-)). Followed it through the other posts and was really looking forward to seeing them all together!

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  13. Thanks for the kind words, Gentlemen.

    @ Phil - I tried finding the way to use the "Reply" option, but can't find out how to do it - how do I do it?

    Regards, Dean

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    1. well I should have added this... ;o)

      Go to settings > Post and Comments > under Comments > Comments Location > chose the “Embedded" option as opposed to “Full page” or “Popup window.”

      Go to settings > other > under Site feed > Allow blog feed > choose "Full"

      regards,
      Phil

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  14. HEY I DID IT! Reply to comments - man - Google foo is the way!

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    1. Thanks, James. Can you believe it, first WHFB, then 40K, and now 15mm DBA?! See what happens after the WAB crew broke up. Dean

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  16. I Liked your post of this on Facebook! Great job Dean!

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