KI-84 Hayate Hasegawa, 1:72 scale.

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  1. [SC] Arachnicus

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    Okay, I may have went a bit overboard with the chipping effect.

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    Looking very nice. However the peeling effect seems to be a little bit out of scale I'm afraid.
     
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    yeah, just a tad Tom.....some Hinomaru had minimal chipping, most none at all....

    and the drop tanks are on backwards.....not bad otherwise :D
     
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    Chalk one up to experience. Not a bad looking model though overall.
     
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    it is nicely done overall
     
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    Nice work!
     
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    I love it:)
     
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    Nice details.
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    I put the gas tanks on the right way and added the cables. It's the first time putting on cables. It's not perfect, but not bad in my opinion.
     
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    I painted over the ends of the cables so it looks better now then the above pic I posted.
     
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    Good stuff Tom, practice makes perfect!
     
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    It must of been the green paint. Note how everything is chipped except the "meatballs" on the side.
     
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    Making a base for it. This is the first time I am putting everything on manually instead of buying pre made grass. Trying to go with a tropical theme.
     
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    Very nice weathering sir. I read an article somewhere a long time ago that the red circles rarely showed signs of weathering, something about paint differences. The other markings in the link look the have held up much better as well. Still, there are exceptions and I like yours.

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    I added more to the base/diorama. I decided that is where the plane is going to go. Ill add more vegetation, and two fuel barrels and a crate or two.
     
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    Just a few more things to add and it will be complete.



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    Good stuff, I like the ground work. Could you let me know the brand names of the grass and foliage materials you used please? I'm always on the look out for different scenic materials, but can only get most via mail order/internet, so when I see something I can use, a brand name identifies it, rather than having to buy things 'unseen'.
     
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