This week's large format reference image shows how to dress a Samurai. Twenty-two full-colour illustrations from underwear to battle-ready; a fascinating look at what it takes to don full Samurai armour.
This week's large format reference image is Feudal Japan, illustrating twelve forms of armour, two forms of body art and twenty weapons, tools, standards, etc.
Next week it's how to dress a Samurai warrior.
The Ancient Egypt, Africa & Asia Reference Collection is 70% off for the next five hours as WGV's Deal Of The Day.
I've bundled up all the Ancient World Reference Collections at 30% off. That's 117 full or double pages with hundreds of images for painting minis of Ancient World armies.
Next week (for real this time) it's on to feudal Japan and the week after, how to dress a Samurai warrior.
This week's large format reference image is Ancient European Tribes. Thirteen forms of dress and thirty weapons, armour and tools of those pesky Picts, crafty Celts and the rest.
Next week it's on to feudal Japan and the week after, how to dress a Samurai warrior (always handy to know).
This week's large format reference image is Ancient Gaul. Nineteen forms of dress and twenty-four weapons, standards and tools of those pesky ancient French.
Even more ancient barbarians coming next week with the other Ancient European Tribes.
Here's the second release in the new large format national dress and period costume collection: Ancient Rome. Thirteen forms of dress, and twenty weapons, standards, etc all on one double-page spread and in full colour.
Ancient European Tribes, Ancient Gauls and more to come over the next few weeks.
I've just released the first in a series of large format (double spread) reference images for mini painters, LARPers and cosplayers. The series will include Africa, Ancient European Tribes, Ancient Rome, Inuits, Oceanic Tribes and both Japanese national dress and Samurai armour but starts with Ancient Greece. Look out for one release per week over the next couple of months.
I have delisted the stock art and maps products, perhaps temporarily, while I have a rethink about selling them on DTRPG and the other OBS sites. I'll post more information when I've decided what I want to do with this range of products. If you have already purchased any of the products that were listed, you should still have access to downloads.
Slightly late but the Napoleon's Armies Military Uniforms Reference Collection is 80% off as the Deal Of The Day over on WGV, available for the next five hours and a bit.
I've just released a new collection of military uniforms reference images, Napoleon's Armies, with fifty colour images by the great military artist Hippolyte Bellange.
More image collections, military and otherwise, will be released over the coming months.
In a few hours time the Northern European Nations Military Uniforms Reference Collection will be the Deal Of The Day over at WargameVault.
That's 70% off reference images for painting or recreating Dutch, Danish, Finish, Norwegian and Swedish military uniforms at just $2.70 for twenty-four hours only.
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