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These double doubles look great

April 1 2012 at 1:24 PM

William De Coster  (Login eazyprinz)
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Response to Kawasaki Ki 78 - Part IV: Finished (and a bit of Zero as well)

Nice work you did on the little Ki - I like that orange colour and these red white markings, they bring more life into the model then my plain silver coat - and it teams up well with the all blue Huma Me-209 - nice combination of colours

The Zero looks excellent too - seems to be popular markings happy.gif I have somewhere decals for a Chinese captured example, though this doesn't look so eye catching as your (en Freds) white one

I see you were a more patient man then me with the canopy frames, you also did the horizontal frames... I skipped these... back then I thought I saw some pictures without these frames, but checking them again now, I see they "could" be there

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