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Here is my 2nd Japanese plane in 1/32.
Kit is built out of box. Hope you like the pics
Erickson Collection in Madras, OR has one (IIRC, the only airworthy example). Is in the original "squiggle" paint, well worn. Only problem is was re-engined to a P&W since original engine was impossible to find.
Nicely done CNQ !
Nice. I always thought the Oscar would have been a great sport plane.
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Thanks for comment guys.
- Mike Brindos
Figure Painting Moderator -- Genessis-Models
Very nicely done. Not overdone on the chipping, but just enough.
Yeah, really nice work there!!! And the Ki-43 wasn't that big a plane in real life so she's a natural in 1/32nd.
"Fairy tales do not tell children the dragons exist. Children already know that dragons exist. Fairy tales tell children that dragons can be killed." -G.K. Chesterton
That is a fantastic example of an 1/32 Oscar! Great job!
Good looking build. Very nice looking and I love the low key weathering. Excellent.
On the bench: 1/48 Monogram P-40B--Early Pearl Harbor (80+% done)
1/48 Tamiya Bristol Beaufighter, Night fighter
2x Monogram 1/48 Kingfishers with cockpits and floats, full kit overhauls each
WIP: Back to the glacially slow FW 190 A5 now that my bench is back together.
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Great Oscar, I would love to know where did you get the markings.
Very nice work you got there!
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Thanks friends for comment.
The decals came with the kit. However I did not use them on the wings. I airbrushed the meat balls using template I bought from artist shop.
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