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Old 11-04-2016, 05:16 PM
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An early warning, the majority of the pics at first will be links. I tried embedding them but they were just too large to see comfortably. Bare with me...

Having finally finished my F4U Corsair, I decided (after much deliberation) to crack open a box holding an Axis aircraft.

This is Tamiya's 1/48 Ki-46 III Dinah.
http://i.imgur.com/P1kAkhk.jpg

That's some gorgeous box art. And I love the look of the plane. From the glazing coming all the way from the nose, the humpback and the sweep of that tail, coupled with some nice big nacelles, it is one sexy plane!

I am far along with it right now, having just glued up the fuselage.

What I started with were the gear and the belly tank. I had to make a hobby store stop for the needed paints before I could start on the cockpit.

I really wish there were some weighted tires for it, as well as some resin wheel bays. But we work with what we got or we're not modelers!

http://i.imgur.com/wCHii3x.jpg

The wheel bays could have been better, which is why I looked for a resin replacement. Rather than have separate sides and floors, is glued in halves. This leaves a seam right down the middle. On the flats it's easy to get rid of, but it becomes difficult in the curved well.
http://i.imgur.com/m412AD0.jpg

I started to glue the cockpit together.
http://i.imgur.com/3YGgdcS.jpg

These are the colors Tamiya has you mix 1+1+1 in order to get the interior color.
http://i.imgur.com/FAge3fa.jpg

The tail wheel doors are molded into the sides, which isn't perfect. I would rather separate doors. But alas... I used a pin in a vise to deepen the crease to try and make it look more separate.
http://i.imgur.com/fN4vzQV.jpg

And since I like clear wingtip lights, I cut out the corners marked by the moldings. I'll use some clear sprue to fill it and color them with clear red and green.
http://i.imgur.com/DPdPlpW.jpg
http://i.imgur.com/7cRdClc.jpg

To take care of the seems in the wells, I started applying Mr. Dissolved Putty and then wiping it away after only a minute or so. I did this a couple of times until the seem was covered and basically disappeared.
http://i.imgur.com/sbjVP08.jpg

Then I applied thin wire for hydraulic lines.
http://i.imgur.com/uRRQg0x.jpg

For the front of the wheel bays I needed something for the open gap that Tamiya left in there. There are only the side pieces and the floor for the gear wells, leaving open gaps front and back. With the help of a pic supplied by a fellow modeler on Britmodeler I started detailing. http://www.britmodeller.com/forums/
I did have to thin some pieces up, as the spacing is pretty tight between the 'firewall' and the front of the gear bays.

I began with a couple of resin gear well detail sets for the FW-190-D9.
http://i.imgur.com/Bu6c9Yi.jpg
http://i.imgur.com/9C0RZHr.jpg

I rearranged a couple of resin parts from the sets around a piece of sliced sprue.
http://i.imgur.com/rYoqhX3.jpg

Then wired it up and tested the fit. The white styrene rectangle at the bottom is standing in for some ducting coming from an inlet under the cowl.
http://i.imgur.com/uRwwa1P.jpg
http://i.imgur.com/8U1hRgm.jpg

With those looking good, I turned to the back end of the gear well. Looking up in there reveals yet another empty cavity. To fill it, I cut some blank styrene to mimic the details of the wing flaps.
http://i.imgur.com/7nB2kMR.jpg

I then shortened them up to make sure there was no fit issue allow the trailing edge and glued them to the bottom wing, where they should have been anyway.
http://i.imgur.com/0DnlDYp.jpg

I also made a half wall for the rear of the gear bays, laminating two rectangles of stryene, one with holes cut out of it, so it doesn't look to open.
http://i.imgur.com/5wuKez3.jpg

I almost repainted those but then figured the wear looks good.

I then moved to the interior and used blank styrene to fill it out with framing and a ledge. PE has also been added, and when the boxes were just too ridiculously small for me to work with, I cut little squares or rectangles of styrene as stand-ins.
http://i.imgur.com/WNSpdst.jpg
http://i.imgur.com/5h5sgfp.jpg

For the weave and leather bags that hang to either side, I used some PE and Tamiya tape to make those. I'm going to paint the 'weave' a buff or tan and the tape will be painted with leather.
http://i.imgur.com/08ib0gC.jpg
http://i.imgur.com/ooLn3n1.jpg

Going to the engines, I found they are quite good looking right off the sprue. There are only three parts, the cylinder banks, the polly cap for the prop shaft and the transmission housing. All you have to do is add paint. I made a dark aluminum and sprayed them, then dry-brushed with silver. And then I added wiring. I then hit them with MIG engine oil and grime.
http://i.imgur.com/aky4SVS.jpg
http://i.imgur.com/rWBFFMK.jpg

Here are the majority of parts with the first paint.
http://i.imgur.com/yRBSkNl.jpg

Engine firewalls also done along with the ancillary engine parts. They were also touched up with engine grime.
http://i.imgur.com/AZ0uaUV.jpg
http://i.imgur.com/sn8zXav.jpg

From there I moved to the finishing the PE. The only PE put on before were the uncolored parts, and now the colored parts are going on.
http://i.imgur.com/Kg4gj5c.jpg
http://i.imgur.com/rqqpaQ4.jpg
http://i.imgur.com/7pPxHI0.jpg

And weathering started. I'm using simple artist chalk, sanded and mixed on a paper plate and then brushed on. For scratches I like to use graphite (pencils).
http://i.imgur.com/3XrV2xL.jpg
http://i.imgur.com/0rAB72h.jpg
http://i.imgur.com/CNntfao.jpg
http://i.imgur.com/V8kG2MS.jpg
http://i.imgur.com/7XUYHx3.jpg

Here's the cockpit nearly finished up.
http://i.imgur.com/C6XsiPP.jpg
http://i.imgur.com/Qlbk0KQ.jpg

And the camera. I used excess PE to give it some detail, and also used Tamiya tape again to make a clothe covering that I've seen in a few images of these cameras.
http://i.imgur.com/fSs9VVT.jpg

Here, the imbeded images start, thankfully!

And then I loaded up the cockpit and rear interior.



Then I started closing up the fuselage. I started at the front before I left for work.


Then I did the tail when I came own from work.


And that's it for now. I'm making good headway as this is only the second week of the build! I've usually forgotten about whatever model I'm working on not much after the last model show.


More to come.
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Old 11-07-2016, 04:19 PM
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Some more work has been accomplished.

Between gluing the fuse and sanding the join, I decided to fit some detail into the nose. There is a clear square to look into, and since you'd either be looking at something or nothing, I decided on something.

Looking at a diagram, it suggests an optional fuel tank or camera. The tank I could make from cutting off the blunt end of an old super glue container, the kind the tube of glue is carried in, and using thin cut strips of Tamiya tape as straps. And I almost did that before telling myself that I'm not in a hurry.

And since I wasn't using the hand-held camera inside, I decided to mount it into the nose. So with some styrene, I made a frame to hold it. It won't be exact, but it will be something to see when shining a light into there.








I'm really glad the nose hadn't stay glued on before...
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Great progress and write-up. Thanks for sharing! I'm a fan of twin-engine aircraft.
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Old 11-10-2016, 04:13 PM
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There's got to be something about those big nacelles and whirling props being so close on either side. I guess if one huge engine is fun, two then is twice the fun!

Either way, nice to have some props from the Admiral!

And an update is here.

I glued some misc stuff around the camera mount, such as a piece of rounded spru and a wheel from a 1/72 VF-1. I also glued some wire along underside of the front coaming as there is a light in the nose and it needs power.




Then I had to redo the framing under the belly camera. A test fit of the wings showed the larger pieces were interfering.



Then I started test fitting the wings.



The rear join looks pretty good, but I noticed a slight gap along the fuselage sides. So I cut a piece of sprue to fit and spread the sides out.


That seemed to work and closed up the join between the wings and fuselage, but I think it slightly warped the very bottom of the fuselage just before where it joins the wing. I'm going to have to do a little tender filling and sanding to get, but I would much rather that then having to try and fix the long joins on the very visible topside.

Then I moved to the gear wells and glued them in.


If I do something like this with another plane, I think I'll try to have the firewall details a lot thinner...
Cause I think the step along the leading edge of the wing is from those forcing the gear wells just slightly out of place.



I'll have to sand the front edge cause I'm not taking it all apart again to rework the firewall detail and the wells. A little sanding is small penance.

The tiny white dots on the side of the nacelles are from the pointed corners of the gear wells sticking into the. They are hardly noticeable except for the stressed color and I think a little sanding and paint will blend them back into invisibility.

So that's where I am now. Wings taped and clamped, waiting for drying, sanding and mating to the fuselage!

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There's got to be something about those big nacelles and whirling props being so close on either side. I guess if one huge engine is fun, two then is twice the fun!

Either way, nice to have some props from the Admiral!

You're absolutely right! These Ki-46 Dinahs are sweet looking birds and a lot of horsepower for such a small craft.

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This plane is coming out wild so far! Extremely nice to see an uncommon aircraft being built, and this recon platform is most fascinating!



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I'm glad you're liking it! I'm liking it too, which is a good thing.

Well, today I sanded the edges of the wings. Those details I inserted upset the position of the wheel wells, which in turn upset the mating of the wing halves. The top pieces were both set back a tiny smidge, but I managed to conquer those tiny steps and persevere!

Then I moved onto the wing tip lights. If not mentioned before, Tamiya molded them solid, so I cut them out, then started looking for something to serve as clear covers. I didn't have anything from old clear sprues that would be thick enough to fit, but lucky me I had just finished cutting some plexiglass to serve as extra shelf space in my Detolf display case. I doubled the shelving!

But I had some left over and cut a small bit to test to see if superglue would fog it like it does the fit plastic.


Testing showed no clouding at all and a nice tight bond, so I cut some plexi and roughed out the shapes.


The black lines coming in from the sides are where I'll drill small hole to represent the bulbs. Blue and red paint will highlight them.


Then glued as quite thick and chunky looking parts to the voids in the wing tips.


And then sand sand and sand until they meet flush with the wings, top and bottom and all around. I lost some lines that'll have to be rescribed, but they are straight lines and will be no problem. It also looks pretty cloudy.


But I have some sanding sponges for that starting from 3200 and moving to 12000, and here are the results.




The bulbs may look a leetle bit too big, but I'm not sweating that. Both wing tips will be painted with clear red and blue respectively so that'll blend in.

So as mentioned, fix a few panel lines on the tips and the wings are ready to meet the fuselage.

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And yeah, I now know I may have gotten that color wrong. The instructions say blue...
But I'll just paint the whole thing in clear green and see how the blue blends in.
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That is a fine idea for those wingtip nav lights. You know… you could have inserted a couple of 1.8mm LEDs into the acrylic and had them light up.
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Thanks, but that's something I found while on the interwebs. Second time doing it and looking a lot better than on the Corsair!

As for lighting, I hadn't thought of that! Oh well, on the next tiny model...

So, all major components brought together.


I did have a little snafu, as I was too liberal with the sanding. A thin piece of styrene has been glued on and will be sanded flush to restore the leading edge.


Onto the gear after that. Counter to the instructions, I am leaving them off until after paint. I don't want to mask around them or risk breaking them. A test showed that I could - after sanding some plastic off the mounting tabs to make them thinner - twist them into place when needed.
And brake likes added.


I wanted resin replacements for the exhausts and Quickboost has a set. Funny thing was, it arrived like so on the right. I bought a new set and was going to return the broken ones when I realized that the set I bought won't fit my Dinah anyway... Too many exhaust pipes. So I started the arduous task of thinking. After a long protracted session of thought, I figured I could break the pipes off the resin set and reposition using less pipes - and I just so happen to have one all set to go. On the right..


First one done. Second one soon just the same. Rather then saw the resin collector rings off the blocks, I just used the kit pieces with the kit pipes snipped off. And now I have pipes left over...


The fit is just as good as the kit parts.


And the engines just about done, except for some more weathering.


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Talk about some fantastic work!!! Thank you for sharing....and GO MAN GO!
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Boy----- I couldn't agree more!

Wingtip lights are outstanding!

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I'm blushing! And I'm going!

Tiny update with the engines. A problem that I thought might a problem did became a little problem when I added the rubber grommets for the prop shafts. When wiring the engines, the wires entered into the crank case, exactly where the grommets seat. So when I put them in they were not settling completely, giving me wonky props...

So, off came the gear housing on the fronts and in went scrap sprue that I drilled into with a hand drill to make a new receptacles for the prop shafts. I messed up with one though and had to refill with styrene rod and re-drill, but the second went perfect.




They look a little messy, but that'll be covered over when the gear housings go back on. Which they have at this time.

I'm so good, I bow to myself!

...I think that's called masturbatory congratulations...

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Started on paint. Honest!
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Okay, update time!

I had to pull off some of the Montex masks and go back to the Eduard. The Montex, though fitted better to the frames, tended to pull up a bit along the edges when faced with a slight curve.


I started with the wing tips, doing the red first and then the green as the green interior framing would be done last for the canopy.


From a distance it looks good, but I found some gaps around the canopy framing that'll need to be taken care of.


I've had good luck using Mr. Dissolved Putty for gap-filling and so I pulled that out.


I put it on with a toothpick, carefully putting it on right over the gap just so there is less to clean. Then I wipe it away immediately with a finger, leaving the putty in the gap.


Of course, swipe away from the canopy, as you can see it is a really good paint remover!



I went all the way around and will clean it up with some light sanding. But after that, I'll be doing the pre-shading.
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