Nakajima Ki-44 Shokki - Tojo - 1/144 - Fujimi

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  1. Lucke.stz

    Lucke.stz Member

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    Hello Guys,

    This is my last work, a Fujumi Nakajima Ki-44

    Lets to kit:

    The box comes with two kits, on Ki-44 and a J3M4 Raiden (that is on my bech), this box was released on 1995 to Celebrate te 50 years to end of WWII

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    This was my paint guide:

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    Some interior work,

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    Some building process:

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    Lucke.stz Member

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    Some painting work,

    I use Vallejo Chrome to make a good metal finish to the model:

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    After the metal finish, I use the Salt thecnique to seal some parts and make the cameo,

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    So I paint with Tamiya IJN Green:

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    After the salt removed the result was this:

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  3. Maglar

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    Very nice start, now that is a tiny plane my friend!
     
  4. Lucke.stz

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    Under details:

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    Painting the markings....

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    Almost finished:

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    Nice going my friend! That's tiny....!
     
  6. Lucke.stz

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    Finished and on his base:

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    Some idea about the size of the model:

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    So that´s it, thaks to see,

    Lucas
     
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    Great Lucas, didnt expect you to have all the pics but it came out great in my 1 minute viewing! Lets hope your foot or sometihng doesnt ever come across it! :D
     
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    Impressive to say the least! Well done mate!
     
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    A small beautiful model.:D :cool:
     
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    Thanks guys,

    Now I´m working on the other model that comes on the box, the J2M3 Rainden, soon I´ll a post it here.

    I finished on SBlim2 (MIG 15 UTI), but the forum is only about WWII, so my SBlim2 stay on these other forum

    SBlim 2 (MIG 15 UTI) Oz Modz 1/144 - FineScale.com Forums

    I started on these small scale now, an these are the third and fourth model that I build, I started on thes cos I don´t have more space to store builded models....

    Thanks to all,
     
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    Are these 1/144 scale? I have thought about giving that scale a try because I like heavy bombers and propliners but want room to display plenty of them 8)
     
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    Very nice work mate 8)

    Love the camo
     
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    Excellent work on such a tiny model, thanks for posting.
    BTW, any and all models are allowed here, not just WW2.
     
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    That clears it up, I was shaking my leg when I posted that spartan hoplite.. some forums are @$$'s if you dont follow the code of the site..
     
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    Thanks to all !

    I´m really loving to build in this scale :D
     
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    Beautiful work! It looks great :D

    I also spy a hotwheels in the background, are you a fellow collector?
     
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    Thanks Heinz,

    Yes I have some Hotwheels cars, but I don´t like to store it right on the box, my diversion is to cutomize the models. Change the tires, the painture, ....

    My brother have a big collection, more than 300 models, and a lot of these models I customize to him...
     
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    Very interesting. Ironically this something I've been about to start doing, mainly hot rods etc... giving them matt black paint, highlight some details.

    Cheers :)
     
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    Lovely little build :thumbleft:

    How about a 1/144 Luftwaffe bird for our Group Build??
     
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