Mitsubishi J8M1 (Army Ki-200) CGI Project

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I am going to complete this project by the end of next year.
Warm encouragement would be highly appreciated.
Thank you very much :)

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Thanks, at6 and Dave !
Combined the digitized drawings into CGI software to check each size and start modelling.
I found there were two nose cap lengths, 630mm and 680mm by the data.
Production size in 1945 was 630mm, so I understood 680mm would be for prototype.
I take 630mm for my modelling as I am going to install the 30mm cannons later as production type.

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Looks great!
BTW, two questions;
Is that shock strut and its attaching hardware on the front actually to scale?
Did you draw up that seat print?
 
Looks great!
BTW, two questions;
Is that shock strut and its attaching hardware on the front actually to scale?
Did you draw up that seat print?

Thanks for your interest, jetcal1.
Please refer to page 7 of my old thread "Mitsubishi A6M8 CGI project" for details.
I have been tired of answering questions about the Zeros and am not interested in it anymore :)
Sorry.
 
Thanks for your interest, jetcal1.
Please refer to page 7 of my old thread "Mitsubishi A6M8 CGI project" for details.
I have been tired of answering questions about the Zeros and am not interested in it anymore :)
Sorry.

No apologies needed. The draft drawing of that seat is on the far side of superlative. Someone could probably fabricate and build a seat off of that print.
 
No apologies needed. The draft drawing of that seat is on the far side of superlative. Someone could probably fabricate and build a seat off of that print.

You are excellent, jetcal1.
Thanks.

A member once asked me about the seat replica in his thread.
My seat modelling was based on actual scale including the shock strut and its attaching hardware.
 

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