Kikuchiyo, the seventh samurai (Bac Ninh Miniatures) (Ronin) (Test of Honour)

 


Hello friends!

Recently I introduced you to a small inboxing of the model set from Bac Ninh Miniatures, and today it is the turn of the first painted model.

Kikuchiyo (菊千代), (Toshiro Mifune actor), character from Akira Kurosawa "The Seven Samurai" movie.

       A humorous, mercurial and temperamental rogue, who lies about being a samurai, but eventually proves his worth and resourcefulness.

       The miniature fits perfectly as the impoverished Samurai, Ronin or the common bandit in games such as Ronin or Test of Honour.







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Comments

  1. Has logrado un tono de piel muy conseguido, realmente es complicado conseguir cierta naturalidad, cuando se pinta piel oriental. La miniatura es una delicia y has logrado sacarle un gran partido. Enhorabuena por ese gran trabajo.

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  2. Has logrado un tono de piel muy conseguido, realmente es complicado conseguir cierta naturalidad, cuando se pinta piel oriental. La miniatura es una delicia y has logrado sacarle un gran partido. Enhorabuena por ese gran trabajo.

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  3. He is a good representation of the film character, beautifully brought to life.

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  4. Kikuchiyo jak żywy! Dobra robota.

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  5. Doskonała robota Michał 👍
    Pozdr
    Tomasz

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  6. Fantastic rendition of the character, I love what you got!

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    1. Glad you like it! Thank you so much!
      Best regards

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  7. Another beautiful paint job Michal, I particularly like the open mouth and the colours you have used on tongue etc!

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    1. Thank you very much sir!
      Really glad you like it.
      Warm regards

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  8. Ah, that is a flawless recreation of the classic character from the movie! Amazing likeness in both pose and painting. It brought a smile to my face.

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    1. Glad you like it Dean!
      Thank you so much.
      Best regards

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  9. Great work on the paint job for the mini to look so like the posters.

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