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    Digital Art
    • June 03
    Remarkable Digital Artworks of Audacious Samurai

    The samurai were the members of the military class, the Japanese warriors. Samurai is the term for the military nobility of pre-industrial Japan. Samurais as greatest warriors of all time, have the scariest and most powerful background story of their lives. Here is an breath-taking showcase of samurai in digital art for your inspiration. ENJOY!

    About Samurai:

    The Japanese warrior that provided the administrative and fighting aristocracy from the 11th to the 19th centuries. Samurai employed a range of weapons such as bows and arrows, spears and guns; but their most famous weapon and their symbol was the sword. Samurai were supposed to lead their lives according to the ethic code of bushido (“the way of the warrior”). Strongly Confucian in nature, Bushido stressed concepts such as loyalty to one’s master, self discipline and respectful, ethical behavior. After a defeat, some samurai chose to commit ritual suicide (seppuku) by cutting their abdomen rather than being captured or dying a dishonorable death.

    Samurai in Digital Art:


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