Sunday, 6 August 2017

Japanese Aircraft Online Model Contest 005 - PAT DONAHUE

Hasegawa 1/48 Mitsubishi F1M2 "Pete"
Scratch built details, Colorcoats and Xtracolor enamels
Hasegawa P/E parts used for rigging
 
Pat Donahue - U.S.A.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

9 comments:

Jacob Terlouw said...


PAT,
You put a lot of skill and care for detail in this Pete and the result is stunning!
What more can I say. 5!

Anonymous said...

The F1M Pete is one of the most beautiful bi-planes in the world, and Pat does it justice with this effort. Because of the open cockpit design, all the effort that goes into the interior is visible for a change.
This is *easily* a 4.9 (I never give 5.0, so that should tell you what I really think!).
What's the story behind the fish? Was this model to be part of a diorama?

Wind Swords

Arawasi said...

I basolutely love what Pat has done with his Pete. That's exactly how a Japanese seaplane should look. 5.0

Jan Kaňov said...

Beautiful work. 5,0.

Michael Thurow said...

Very very well done, particularly the detail and the rigging. Just a whiff more wash and wear. Extra points for the funny idea with the fish. 4.9

The kit slayer said...

A nice Pete. Well made and finished, gets a 4.4 from me.

D. Chouinard said...

Really nice, clean build! How was the Hasesgawa PE to work with? The fish are a nice touch. 5.0

Eric Vogel said...

Beautiful finished Pete ! I like the difference in color of the float and the plane itself. Funny little detail with the fish :)
I agree with Michael Thurow, to put a little more wash and wear on this plane.
My vote: 4.9

Fluffy said...

Super!

4.9 only because the tail code coloring is sort of wonky.

GREAT BUILD

-ArchFluffy