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My "Little" Oscar

Kit / Model  

Ki43 Hayabusa (Oscar)

Manufacturer  

Hasegawa

Item Code  

JS089 Hasegawa

Scale  

1/32

Description  

This is my first attempt to get a large scale model, the model is an Old boxing of the Oscar, and it is painted in the Thailand Air Force markings, I really like the Japanese schemes, but this cant go without this elephants on the rudder and under the wing!! Its a greta marking, dont you think so?
This model was a practice to get a scratched finished, prior to attempt on modelling a very used Japanese airplane. This was built OOB, and I scratched some details on the cockpit, as the seat railings and some pull-pull cables for the rudder and elevator controls. The paint is made with Tamiya Acrylics, and Tamiya TS17 spray paint. The camo was made free hand with my Badger 150 airbrush. THe wheel wells was painted with Gunze Acrylic Aotake color. And the used effect was made scratching the tamiya camo paints with a tamiya paint mixer.

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