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- KAWASAKI Ki - 61 II KAI

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-A very rare machine seldom seen in model, .This kit in 48 scale is made from the transkit from North Wing Model Craft;It consist of a resin new fuselage and canopy mated to a standard Hien from Hasegawa

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very nice build mate. Especially the weathering.

One of the reasons I really love the WWII Japanese aircrafts is that, you can make just a few scratches to show the metallic skin or, weather it to an extend that the camouflage is unrecognizable!!!

Keep up the good work!

Cheers

Sernak

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A nice looking job of a really interesting aircraft. Theres something about the Ki-61/100 family that is very appealing & this job shows it off well. :thumbsup:

Steve.

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well worn looking.

glyn

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Very Nice, Great chipping effect !

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I love seeing aircraft that I have no idea existed so thank you for posting that. :thumbsup:

But really good weathering as has been said before....but I think saying it again is important. :)

The only downside is now I see another technique I haven't used yet. This means a new challenge to add to my long list of modelling challenges! :crosseyed:

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