Last day of the contest so I thought to contribute, but not take part, with the what-if Nakajima Kikka-N Seaplane Fighter I just finished.
The kit I worked with was by Merlin Models in 1/72 which was quite bad, especially the canopy. I kept the fuselage and replaced the wings and the two secondary floats with those of a Hasegawa Kawanishi "Kyofu" which fit perfectly. The main float and the tail were from a Spitfire Floatplane by PM Models I found in the spare box of Leonardo's. I think the main float give a very "Shiun" appearance.
The two engines of the Merlin kit were too small for the wings so again I used some Me262 spare of unknown origin. Apart from these I didn't care to improve on other details.
The lack of forward wheel well means that the fighter has enough space for a big 37mm cannon plus two 20mm cannons on the nose like the Kawasaki Ki-96 had.
For decals I used the Hasegawa "Kyofu" ones.
Considering the material and the time, the model turned out to be a fun project although definitely not of the high standard of most of the models in the contest. I promised myself to give it another try in 1/48 though.
I hope you like.