Saturday, 6 May 2017

Tsuba Miniatures RJW

I've been busy painting another batch of Tsuba Miniatures Russo-Japanese War models. It's pretty much just everything that was left in the range that needed painting so there's a mix of Russian and Japanese bits and pieces.

There's another nice little set of models to add flavour to the tabletop in the form of Russian looters.


And to add a bit of punch there's a pair of Russian Putilov field guns. One set up and firing and the other being maneuvered











The last few pieces are Japanese command. The soldier on the far right is a horse holder and has reigns in his hand. The two officers wearing samurai armour and sashimono I believe are more of a fantasy but good fun all the same.




Finally, and not part of the RJW range is a set of American Civil War civilians. Two farmers and a southern gent. I think this is just a one off set and not part of any larger planned range.


Check out Tsuba Miniatures blog, and currently all the models are available from Empress Miniatures.

12 comments:

  1. I love the way you always manage to balance colours against each other - there's a warmth in all of the colours that brings the figures to life.

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    1. Thanks :) I wish I could say it's all carefully thought out colour theory using charts and technical know how.

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  2. Hey, goat. It's good to see you.

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    1. It gets lonely on campaign. ;)

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    2. Hahaha!

      Great models and you have done an amazing job painting them,,,, as usual.

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  3. An unusual period and a wonderful paintjob, congrats!

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    1. Thanks :) It's not a period or war I'm familiar with either.

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  4. Very nice. Love the officers in armor.

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