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Cowboy Samurai concept - Under the jacket by RedSkittlez-DA Cowboy Samurai concept - Under the jacket by RedSkittlez-DA
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Tyrerion Mar 15, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Good job MrRumbles! ¿The mask is part of the armor?
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Arteaus Mar 14, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Is his right arm synthetic? Or is it just covered with the symbiotic armor?
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ArtOfFredskov Mar 14, 2013  Professional Digital Artist
Nice concept, but there's an awful lot of unnessecary blades :p Change 2 of them into small ones (of whom i don't remember the name)
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You know back then, samurais who has the most swords, are considered very important person.
There is one who actually carried seven blades into battle.
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ArtOfFredskov Mar 14, 2013  Professional Digital Artist
O.o nope didn't know that, but now i do^^
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Blades get stuck more easily than you think, plus they can otherwise get lost, take a glancing hit while on horceback and the sword might just slip out. Also you were thinking about Wakizashi with the smaller swords.
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ArtOfFredskov Mar 14, 2013  Professional Digital Artist
Got a fair point there :)
Aye that was the word!
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:icongrimsheeper:
There's also the Tanto dagger and the Dai-Katana, which is two handed. The Japanese had very varied types of swords that all ended up looking a bit like the Katana. Plus paper armor. It's way more efficient than it sounds. Dozens of layers of fabric that all fray up and wrap around the blade can stop swords as well as a suit of plate, but with no were near the weight limitations.
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ArtOfFredskov Mar 15, 2013  Professional Digital Artist
I knew about the paper armor and the Dai-katana^^
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