Master modeller Saito Hisao of Tokushima Modelers Club exhibited three spectacular Japanese aircraft. All markings...repeat...ALL markings are not decals but painted using maskings.
Komuro Seizi of Matsudo Meisaikai presented two unbelievable models.
Both were completely scratch built using WPC (wood-plastic composite) in scale 1:32. Note the amazingly accurate (in our opinion) colours.
Army Ko-4 Fighter (Nieuport 29C1)
Go HERE for a detailed and most interesting WIP.
(I don't want to hear any more complaints about how Tamigawa haven't released your favourite model, that's why you built yet another Zero)
In the 1:72 we would like to congratulate two modellers for showing exceptional skill and ingenuity.
Sotoki Hisami of Smithsonian Model Club modified a Fujimi kit to create this wonderful Mitsubishi A5M3a ("Claude" with Hispano-Suiza engine). Excellent in every respect.
And an unfortunately unknown (申し訳ありません。作者の名前がわかりません) modellerr of Museo 72 that built this Fujimi Mitsubishi A5M2a "Claude" of 13Ku, pilot Aso Tetsuro. The photo doesn't do justice to the absolutely brilliant paint job.
That's all folks!