Samurai - If ONLY I could paint and draw like this TT^TT

Love a good samurai. In another life I was one. ----- Samurai - If ONLY I could paint and draw like this TT^TT

Samurai

♂ World martial art Japanese Samurai 侍 Bushidō 武士道 literally "the way of the warrior", is a Japanese word for the way of the samurai life, loosely analogous to the concept of chivalry.

Digital Art by Sina Pakzad Kasra.  Something in this print speaks to me. Lone warrior standing watch on the wall. Someone always must stand watch. The stoic lone warrior. If people only knew...

Digital Art by Sina Pakzad Kasra. Something in this print speaks to me. Lone warrior standing watch on the wall. Someone always must stand watch. The stoic lone warrior. If people only knew.

Ninja Silhouettes .This image is available on GraphicRiver.       Ninja Silhouettes vector design. In this files include AI and EPS versions. You can open it with Adobe Illustrator CS and other vector supporting applications. I hope you like my design, thanks Assassin, black, character, clip art, fight, fighter, games, icon, japan, killer, logo, martial art, mascot, mask, ninja, samurai, shadow, sign, silhouette, spy, stealth, sword, symbol, template, vector, warrior, weapon

Ninja Silhouettes

This image is available on GraphicRiver. In this files include AI and EPS versions. You can open it with Adobe Illustrator CS and other vector supporting applications. I hope you like my design, tha

Samurai warrior

Beautiful "Samurai" metal poster created by Nicklas Gustafsson. Our Displate metal prints will make your walls awesome.

I filed this under my Bugs Bunny 'innnnnteresting' board but honestly I do find this fascinating. And there were female ones? ...more research needed, I now want to know.

Real life samurais…

Funny pictures about Real life samurais. Oh, and cool pics about Real life samurais. Also, Real life samurais.

Samurai

Samurai art of drawing a sword ~ Iaido is associated with the smooth, controlled movements of drawing the sword from its scabbard or saya, striking or cutting an opponent, removing blood from the blade, and then replacing the sword in the scabbard.

Japanese Archeress

Princess Zhao Pingyang, C China. She raised an army whom she led into battle on behalf of her father Emperor Gaozu. One of the only women in medieval China to receive full military honors upon her death.

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