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Artur Domanski
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A6M-3a typ 22 Zero Tamiya 1/32

September 1, 2017 · in Aviation · · 15 Comments

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15 responses

  1. Wow, awesome work. Unlike any model 22 camo I've seen so far.
    May I ask how the "mottling" was made? Looking at the war photos can't tell if it's wear or intentional.

  2. Looks like it's going to fly off my PC screen!

  3. of the best I've seen (in any scale). And [most] of that mottling I'd say is intentional (too many "odd" places just to be 'wear'), right?).

  4. Artur, this is a work of art. Bravo!

  5. I give your Zero a score of 10! 0=10

    Well done, Artur!

  6. Arthur, absolutely beautiful, one of the most realistic looking airplane models I've see, Well done !

  7. Very convincing work... the word "excellent" comes to mind when I look at this one. Two thumbs up Sir !

  8. Excellent work, Artur!
    That Tamiya A6M3 is an awesome kit by itself. What you have done, makes it spectacular!
    Love the paint work and rare camouflage scheme...
    I'm interested to know, which light IJN grey did you use?
    Thank you for sharing this beautiful build!

  9. I simply join with all the others - a beautiful model!

  10. Great job, Artur, really well built, finished and photographed.

  11. Really nice build. Great CAmo! I looked up your article b/c working on the Tamiya 1/32 A6M2 right now for a customer. He wanted the early all grey (grey/green) version so I am jealous b/c would love to do your camo scheme. Next Zero build. Really good looking model!

  12. Your Junkers J1 led me here. Really love the paint work on this Zero. Well done.

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