Nakajima ki-44 Shoki
Last Update 2013-03-30 00:58:38
After a long break, I did a traditional plastic model, another WWII japanese airplane, this time the nakajima ki-44.
I did a bet with myself, about be able to start from a closed box, assemble, plaster, paint and finish a model kit in a single evening.
I started this model about 21:15 and 100% finish about 1:45, without the wait time for paint dry, the total time is lesser.
Airbrush for steel and white, all the rest handpainted with masks and some lavature on guns, mufflers and some detail.
Not a very accurate result, but it was a speed challenge.