1/48th Hasegawa A6M5c

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  1. ylp020

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    Here is a hasegawa 1/48 kit. I have finished it weeks ago. i have tried some new tricks on it.
    Here i share it with you.hope you like it.:)
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    box-art
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    i cut off the main parts of the plane .they fits well .
    also i tape the frame of the canopy for painting job.
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    paint the cockpit with musubishi inside colour.and some silver for weathering.
    i didn't use the decale in piece.i cut the instruments one by one and apply them separatly.fanally i put a drop of clear in the hole as the glass.
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    add rivets.....hard work
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    done
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    i painted the upper surface with IJN green and took some weathering
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    and the down side with IJN grey.
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    then i painted the landing gear bay and the flap bay with metallic blue.
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    make the rust texture of the exhaust pipes with pigment.
     
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    Another nice work Mate. :thumbright:

    But I would suggest uplading of your images directly onto our forum server.Using of these URL addresses causes a site uploading slower. It is because our server has to communicate with the server with pictures and then download them here. Unfortunately it takes some of time. We suggest resizing of shots before uploading here . Rules for that you will find following the link...

    http://www.ww2aircraft.net/forum/announcements/image-sizing-guidelines-24388.html
     
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    OMG...sorry.i will resize the pics from now on.
    And this forum encourage ppl to uploading pics to its own space?it's strange.
    beacuse most of forums want ppl to use URLs to save their own server space.
    i will uploading the resized pics directly next time .thank you for you prompt!~
     
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    OK. No problem. The resizing is needed because the forum system does it automatically with these images posted as URL addresses only. Also we can see here a white squere with a red cross insted of a picture quite often. The main reason is a pic can be removed from the source server. But its link is still here.And it makes a mistake. What is more, datas of an image can get damages when transferring. And it causes a mistake and white squares as well.
     
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    Ahh...i see.We call it "cha" in chinese when your pics cant be seen.("cha" means cross in chinese for the small red cross)
    But i think this source server is quite stable. It is a large web album like flikers.(^^)
     
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    #6 Wurger, Jan 13, 2011
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    OK. I understand. But these web albums cause really many problems with data transfer. The number one is the Photobucket site.
    Oh have I mentioned it earlier ? .... too many opened channels for data transferring is a very nice present for hackers or just a way for viruses and all the malware stuff.
     
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    Oh.. brilliant. It works fast and no problems with uploading and scrolling. Well done Mate. :thumbright:
     
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    Nice work all round !
     
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    I like the panel work :thumbleft: and the exhaust is looking promising.Is that MIG pigments?I cracked open mine today for the first time.Cheers
     
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