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[BOTH] About Hattori - Acerca de Hattori

Posted: Thu Jun 01, 2017 6:32 pm
by ajmendoza
Inside the Kuge clan there is a minor clan of courtesans and artists. Their works are recognized and respected by all Hymukai, travelling the islands from end to end showing their art. What little know, is that actually, the Hattori are ninjas. Until this moment the Hattori were a control surgical tool, but since Hattori Saki is leader they have become more independent from the Kuge and therefore much more dangerous.
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Dentro del clan Kuge se encuentra un clan menor de cortesanos y artistas. Sus obras son reconocidas y respetadas por todo Hymukai, viajando de punta a punta de las islas mostrando su arte. Lo que nadie sabe es que, en realidad, los Hattori son ninjas. Hasta este momento los Hattori eran una herramienta quirúrgica de control, pero desde que el líder es Hattori Saki se han vuelto más independientes de los Kuge y por tanto mucho más peligrosos.


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Re: [BOTH] About Hattori - Acerca de Hattori

Posted: Sat Jul 15, 2017 8:33 am
by tanath
This will definitely be the faction I run with in Torii. The miniatures are just superb! And fairy easy to paint too. I could see myself painting the boxed set in no time.

Must resist the urge to buy even more miniature..Arghhh...the insanity hahhaa....

Re: [BOTH] About Hattori - Acerca de Hattori

Posted: Sat Jul 15, 2017 7:47 pm
by ajmendoza
Haha come to the dark side haha.
Joan has written a really cool text about hattori. I think you will enjoy it :)

I sculpted two of the male ninjas :) These were my first work in this area (my main role is 3d artist in film animation). I am so happy that people like this box! XD

Re: [BOTH] About Hattori - Acerca de Hattori

Posted: Sat Jul 15, 2017 9:35 pm
by tanath
Awesome. I had no idea you were a 3D artist :)

Re: [BOTH] About Hattori - Acerca de Hattori

Posted: Sat Jul 15, 2017 9:55 pm
by ajmendoza

Re: [BOTH] About Hattori - Acerca de Hattori

Posted: Sat Jul 15, 2017 11:02 pm
by tanath
Very nice work Antonio :)