Another old build that I decided to do a little work to. This was originally finished as a factory fresh build since the markings are from the second prototype of the Ki-84. This is an Otaki kit that was first released in 1973. Not too [...]
Not long ago I finished the Tamiya Ki-61 and shortly after that I ran across an older version of the Hasegawa kit for a decent price. So I decided to take a chance on it even though I knew it would be good, but not up to the standards of [...]
An awesome simple kit,in the colors of the 77th Sentai against the AVG in 1941-2...
This is another kit from a while ago. I built it in 2014.
The subject this model represents is Ki-44 No. 4405, which was the 5th pre-production (prototype) aircraft, flown by Maj Toshio Sakagawa, commander of the 47th Dokuritsu Hiko [...]
75 Years ago today this plane took it's very first flight. It took a very long time to get airborne, so several days later another flight was made... or at least attempted. They had installed RATO pods under the wings in an effort to [...]
?✈️ 1/32 scale Hasegawa Nakajima Ki44-II Hei SHOKI (Tojo, Demon Killer) kit.
3rd Squadron, 70th Flight Regiment, Captain Yoshio Yoshida. Kasihwa A.F, Japan, 1945.
It was a really great pleasure to build this aircraft.
Built using the [...]
?✈️ Nakajima Ki84 Type 4 fighter Hayate (Frank). 1/32 scale Hasegawa kit with Eduard zoom set cockpit.
However I purchased the Montex super mask set I neither used that or the decals from the kit but made my own masking & painting. [...]
ARII kit + FM Details Set (the full cockpit is made of resin + photo etched parts).
Not an easy build but happy with the final result.
Made a wooden base with an illustration of the denomination "Shoki the Demon Killer" Zong Kui [...]
NAKAJIMA Ki-27A Nate Japanese WW2 military aircraft 1/72 scale model.
Technical data: built out of RS Models kit + some photo etched parts.
Building hours: 110
History: The Nakajima Ki-27 (九七式戦闘機 Kyūnana-shiki sentōki, or [...]
This aircraft is from the Akeno Training Flight Division, Akeno Airfield, 1944. A very nice kit with no vices. When I started collecting info on this kit I noticed almost every build mentioned an over-lap of the of the wings near the wing [...]