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Nakajima Ki-44-II Hei 1/48 Hasegawa


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Nakajima Ki-44-II Hei 1/48 Hasegawa.

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3rd Chutai, 246th Sentai, Taisho airfield, Osaka area 1944

Colour: Gunze C, H and Tamiya acrylics

Accessories: PE parts Eduard, resin kokpit parts S.B.S., decals Revi and wet transfers MYK Design 

Added: rivets

Thank you for watching :-)

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Very well done, and correct ID stripes - bravo! With all fabric control surfaces in grey-green it would be perfect, but that's no issue here as your model looks superb.

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Great job! I like the effect you've made with the aluminum - to me, it looks very realistic. Add your subtle weathering, and this is just superb.

 

Cheers,

Bill

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Amazing paintjob and riveting work on this one!! After seeing that finish I'm seriuoly tempted to finish my current build (Hayate) in a metallic livery. I think it gives the lines of this ki44 a truly stilish touch! Cheers!

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Very very very nice indeed. Love the subject, the NMF finish and the very subtle weathering. A real winner!

 

Terry

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Without a doubt, the best bare metal finished K-44 build I have seen! The weathering, panel lines, and oil streaks are very accurate for the type and very well done. it looks like a real metal airplane, not a plastic painted model, if that makes any sense. Hai! (...and I get to try to duplicate what you have done on either my 1/72 Hasegawa or Sword kit? It ain't happenin', my friend!) Impressive replica, not a model!

Mike

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Thank you 

 

The metal surface on the models looks very interesting. It's not hard to do this If you use high-quality colors. I use great colors Gunze SM01 and Gunze C008, which can be toned by adding a few drops of black or white. It is not necessary to apply glossy varnish. I presented the model Ki-61 on this forum (see this link below). It was my first experience with Gunze metal paints.

 

https://www.britmodeller.com/forums/index.php?/topic/235030020-kobayashi%C2%B4s-kawasaki-ki-61-id-tei-red-24-tamiya-148/&tab=comments#comment-2883430

 

 

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