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- A HIEN in a may be strange color, I trusted the decals sheet instruction giving it for black.I think it could have been possible as it is a late war machine used in a Kamikaze unit as indicated by the unit badge on the fin. In those days of the war some machine, mostly Ki 100 very reputed to have been charcoal grey camoufflaged, so why not a Ki 61.....

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Looks great. Phenomenal weathering!!!


David

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no, but it sure makes your day :winkgrin:

super Tony! love the weathering.

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Great paint work!

Looks just like japanesse a/c did at the end of the war!

Adrian

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Why not... it looks great!!!

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Thats a super bild. I like my aircraft tidier than this but I can appreciate the skill that has gone into this to get this effect. Well done you. :thumbsup:

Steve.

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Very nice, I do like a grubby clapped out aircraft! Here she is in the flesh too.

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- I would have like to find this find earlier, thank you for sharing

- For the weathering ,the basic metal color is made of Alclad white alumium, ,the Hinomaru are painted, themetal blotches are made of liquid mask applied from place to place with small pieces of sponge almost dry before spraying the black color and to give the "misty "effect near the wing roots and engine I lightly drybrush rub'n buff

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