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Thread: Official Kawasaki Ki48 "Lily" painting thread

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    Who needs elves when I have my son Neville to paint for me. After I did the initial paint work he did the cam jobs on all three planes in one afternoon!
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    I like those Ki48's Doug they look amazing

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    Nice bunch of Lilies!

    The canopy technique is very effective. I assume they're 1/200 scale?

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    Those birds are just splendid Alastair.
    What a paint job.
    Rob.

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    Very nice! A job well done by both of you!

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    They look great! Superb job to the both of you! (Nice to see someone using the progeny production line.)

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    Your son and you did a great job, Alastair!!These planes are amazing, isn't it?

    Nick

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    Wonderful planes, you and your son make a great team.

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    Love the paintwork Alastair, you and Neville do good work.

    I have three Lilys to do this week, and will be finishing them as aircraft from the 75th Attack Air Combat Regiment based in New Guinea 1943.

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    Are you going to be posting photos when you've finished your builds?
    Quote Originally Posted by Carl_Brisgamer View Post
    Love the paintwork Alastair, you and Neville do good work.

    I have three Lilys to do this week, and will be finishing them as aircraft from the 75th Attack Air Combat Regiment based in New Guinea 1943.

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    OMG that is outstanding work. You should give your son a promotion with higher wages.

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    Thank you all for your kind comments but I feel the credit belongs to Neville for his cam jobs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloydthegamer View Post
    Are you going to be posting photos when you've finished your builds?
    Hi Lloyd,

    I have already started a thread in the 'Metal and Resin' section, but as promised here are a few images of my three 1/200 scale AIM brand Kawasaki Ki-48-IIb 'Lily' light bombers, destined to harass targets on the WGS game tables of Australia:

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    Base coat is olive grey, dark green camouflage, yellow ID panels, lightblue/darkblue canopies. Decals are by AIM.

    Hope you like them.

    Cheers,

    Carl.

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    They are very nice, thanks for the photos! Lloyd
    Quote Originally Posted by Carl_Brisgamer View Post
    Hi Lloyd,

    I have already started a thread in the 'Metal and Resin' section, but as promised here are a few images of my three 1/200 scale AIM brand Kawasaki Ki-48-IIb 'Lily' light bombers, destined to harass targets on the WGS game tables of Australia:

    Base coat is olive grey, dark green camouflage, yellow ID panels, lightblue/darkblue canopies. Decals are by AIM.

    Hope you like them.

    Cheers,

    Carl.
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    Those are good Carl well done (at least you painted yours)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Doug View Post
    Those are good Carl well done (at least you painted yours)
    Thanks Doug. But with nine planes done in three days and at least another 11 to go this week I am wishing my lad was old enough to get on the production line!

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    That is outstanding woprk Carl. I have 3 AIM Kates I have worked on but can't compare with your work.

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    Ki-48 from AIM. Click image for larger version. 

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    Great Lilys. Someday mine will make it to the painting table but not soon enough.

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    Gee mine look pretty ordinary compared to those great Camo ones but hey they are only there to be shot down!
    Aim models of course.

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    Any units for the above paint schemes?

    I did up a card for the type a while ago: OldGuy59's WWII Japanese Bombers Album - Ki-48 Plane Card

    Didn't get the management card done, is it needed, too?

    PS:
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    Last edited by OldGuy59; 01-10-2019 at 16:58.
    Mike
    "Flying is learning to throw yourself at the ground and miss" Douglas Adams
    "Wings of Glory won't skin your elbows and knees while practicing." OldGuy59

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    Don't know how I missed this but here ones I did. I did comment on the paint jobs but never posted photos.

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    Great looking aircraft - nice job on the camouflage

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    Quote Originally Posted by Teaticket View Post
    Great Lilys. Someday mine will make it to the painting table but not soon enough.
    Thanks Peter.

    Mine have made it to the gaming table, but just once in 5 years more's the pity.

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