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Hasegawa 1/48 Ki-44-I 33rd Sentai

Another fairly straightforward build construction wise. This unusual camouflage scheme took a few iterations to get right. Paints used were AK Real Color and Mr Color and weathered with a panel wash and oils. More details can be seen here:

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11 responses to Hasegawa 1/48 Ki-44-I 33rd Sentai

  1. Looks like you iterated it just right. Looks spot on to pics I’ve seen. Nice work.

  2. That’s a great airbrush work that reproduces the unique way those meandering Japanese camouflages looked like. I don’t think I ever seen a Tojo quite like this one

  3. Superb airbrush work. A truly excellent result.

  4. This one is fantastic as well, Woody.
    Fully agree on the above comments regarding the airbrush result.

  5. Thanks dudes! Much paint was sprayed on 3 view profiles and paint mules to get my hand to attempt to do what my mind wanted. It’s a little too tight but does have a nice overall effect.

  6. Woody, @wkubacki
    This “Tojo” build of yours looks fantastic !! The camouflage work you did with the airbrush is not something that is easy to do….. You nailed it in every aspect. It’s perfect……….. 🙂

    As I did with the Hien article, I pressed the “liked” button on this one too.

  7. Very well done.

  8. Interesting camo. Well done

  9. Excellent model, Woody @wkubacki!
    Your paintjob is Master Class!

  10. Truly great airbrushing.

  11. I like it a lot, sharp and precise build.

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