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Old 06-09-2019, 02:41 PM
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Lovely build Brent!
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Top job Brent. And good to see a subject that doesn't get much attention otherwise.
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Thanks everyone. I have always liked the Japanese Army and Navy twin engine fighters in WW2. There is not much to choose from in 1/100 scale so I went to my stack of printed papermodels and vectorized and simplified the Fly 1/33 scale Ki-45 Toryu to 1/100 scale. To my surprise everything fight perfect the first try. I couldn't roll the upward firing guns tight enough, so I will find something to put there later.

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Congratulations, it look really nice, so credit for the original designer and to the resizer.
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Beautiful job Brent. Love those mottle camo jobs.

Maybe with those guns you could try lengths of refillable pencil leads? I use them because A) they come in a variety of thicknesses or 'calibres' and B) they don't need painting.
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Excellent work on the Toryu!
To me it's always a pleasure to see something from the Pacific.
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Very nice Ki-45.I find scaling down aways works-scaling up can give some strange results.

I have seen that thread on it on Konradus too-that was insane work.

Good to see you are setting up shop on Ecards.Looking forward to shopping spree
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Fantastic Ki-45. Nice one.
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