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Mansyu Ki-98

March 6, 2014 in Aviation

This is my latest and first fully finished build – Mansyu Ki-98 from Meng in 1/72 scale. Painted with Gunze and Vallejo (cockpit, wheels) acrylics + pygments (for cannons) from ukrainian manufacturer Ho-Ma. Seat belts – scratch from cigarette foil. A good kit of the beautiful experimental airplane. Thank you.

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12 responses to Mansyu Ki-98

  1. Nice job on what to me is a very strange design.
    Any info on what the benefit was going to be?

  2. Nice job….don’t think I’ve seen those markings before – what nation is that?

  3. Different and really cool looking at the same time-nicely done.

  4. As above what Erich said plus a niely built and painted plane.
    Well done.

  5. Aleksey’
    You did an excellent job on this. I really like the markings and the way you have weathered it. The Manchukuo markings are really unique and colorful.

  6. Great Job Aleksey, a very well done NMF looks like a bit of pre-shading going on there.

    Very Nice Work!!!

  7. I’m glad you liked my model. Thank you, guys!

  8. Nice job on an interesting prototype, Aleksey, thanks for sharing it with us.

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