Built by my dad in 2012, Hasegawa dual combo kit with Isuzu fuel truck.
Painted with Gunze and Tamiya IJA paints, elastic thread for the antenna wire, Wako fabric seatbelts.
5th Flight Regiment, 1st Company, Timor Island October 1943.
This is Hasegawa’s 1/48 scale Ki-45 TOYRU Japanese Heavy fighter. The kit was detailed with the CMK resin cockpit detail kit. The camouflage was all hand painted. I used the kit decals for the Manchukuo Air Corps.
You can see all the details an[...]
Extraordinary releases from ZM, fully detailed Ki-45 and Henschel 129:
Well, it's finally finished....except for the aerial, which I'll add tomorrow, because I'm tired and I'd just screw something up right now.
I used two detail sets by Lone Star Models, one for the cockpits, and the other for the wheel wells. Th[...]
Here's another kit that's moving along towards completion. Again, a few update photos. Kit itself is going together well. All the fun has been getting all these interior detail sets to fit. Ugh. However they look okay after the fact.
This was finished earlier this year. It is essentially OOB with the exception of the seat belts, which I made myself. The markings on the aircraft belong to the 53rd Sentai, a unit assigned to defending Japan from attacking B-29s in 1945. The de[...]
This pair of Nichimo Ki-45s was built with no extras other than seatbelts. These had been in my stash for years and I'd also obtained the Hasegawa kit, so I decided to build these first since I was in the mood for a quick no fuss project. I con[...]