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1:32 Hasegawa J2M3 Raiden - done.

May 4 2012 at 10:03 PM
Ralph Riese  (Login RalphRiese)
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from IP address 122.111.176.139

Hasegawa's 32nd scale J2M3 Raiden modelled OOB as a prototype depicted in profile in Mushroom Models' book on the type. Most challenging aspect of the build has been getting "finals" pics. After numerous attempts to photograph it, here's the best I can come up with. If it looks like a crazy day-glo tangarine on your screen, my sincere apologies. It is looks like as sun-bleached orange peel; again, my sincere apologies.

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Thanks to Mal Mayfield from Miracle Paint Masks for supplying custom masks for the markings.

As Hasegawa recently announced the release of a prototype boxing in the same scheme, there's an opportunity to do another one with some extra surface detail added, and a tamer version of that orange!

Thanks for looking - or was that blinkking??!! Cheers, Ralph.


    
This message has been edited by RalphRiese from IP address 122.111.176.139 on May 4, 2012 10:14 PM


 
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