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Mitsubishi A6M Zero

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The New Guinea Samurai. A6M3.

Helo A Zero from the Tainan Fighter Group, Buna, East-New Guinea, 1942-1943. This is a real Oldie. A classic kit from the Tamiya range. Something reengraved. The rest build oob. Hinomarus and stripes painted on. The rest are original kit decals.[...]

Tamiya A6M5c Zero 52c

Presented for iModeler colleagues and friends, the Tamiya A6M5c Zero from 1983. Though the model is old, it is still quite good, in my opinion. After doing my N1K1 Shiden, I had an urge to do its contemporary, the late-war version of the famo[...]

A6M2b Oita advanced Flying School

I had a desire to make an airplane in the painting of the school unit. And this is how this Zero-Sen model from the Oita flight school was created. I did an attractive painting of the lower surfaces with H24 paint. Cockpit details such as instru[...]

A6M5 HEI 303 Air Group, Kagoshima Prefecture 1945.

A long time ago I wanted to build a Zero-Sen Hasegawa 1:72 model. Then, however, it did not come out as I would have liked. I have come back to the subject again with much more experience and now I present the results. Works finished two weeks ago.

A6M5 HEI “Never GIve UP!”

Hello. This is my first work presented on this website. A6M5 HEI Academy - Saburo Sakai "Never Give Up!". Yokosuka Kaigun Kokutai ヨ-137 Japan 1945. An amazing story locked in the plane of the famous pilot Saburo Sakai San. I added some parts li[...]

Tamiya 1/48 A6M3 Model 22a Zero

Just completed the superlative Tamiya Zero. it is a much more complex kit than I am used to building, but it went together without a hitch. this was my first attempt with multilayer chipping, and I have learned some lessons that I will use for[...]

Tamiya A6M5, 1/48. The Eternal Zero.

The most iconic Japanese aircraft is easily the Mitsubishi A6M, and Tamiya's most recent tooling from 2008 absolutely does justice to such a plane. Before going any further this kit can be summed up as 'absolutely recommended', or 'one of the [...]

TAMIYA A6M5 Zero 1:48

It's funny, but you will forgive me (I hope): since I returned to this hobby after more than 40 years of absence, I am amazed to retrace paths that others younger than me have already traveled. I have rediscovered a state of the art light years [...]

Tamiya G4M1 ‘Betty’ & A6M3 ‘Hamp’ 1/48, Operation Vengeance Collection

I like to think I know a fair bit about WW2 aviation, but I didn't expect how massive the G4M1 was until the box arrived in the post. At a wingspan of 41.6cm, and a fuselage length of 51.8cm, this model dwarfs anything else I've made and doesn't[...]

A6M5c Zero, Academy 1/72

I found myself inspired by the many wonderful aircraft found on iModeler...so I dug this Zero from the stash thinking it would be a relative short build compared to some of my armor projects. I underestimated the "short build" part, low parts c[...]