Łukasz Kulfan built a model of the “coral” Airacobra “Devastating Devil” and sent us photos. The first finished Arma Hobby Cobra models shown to the public were rather clean: Polish (by Wojtek and Darek) and British (by Libor). Then the American paint schemes finally appeared, and clearly more “worn”: olive drab “Reba” in David Damek’s video gallery, and now “Devastating Devil”, in “coral” camouflage, after a veeeeeery solid weathering!

Łukasz wrote us:

I like Arma Hobby kits. When the opportunity arose to build your latest model and check where my favourite manufacturer scores on the scale of fun from build at this moment, I decided to take advantage of it without hesitation. In my opinion, Airacobra is your best model kit I’ve built so far. It was definitely more pleasant to put together than the Mustang, which – by the way – is a great set, so I can see progress. The only thing I missed were the PE parts. Summarising, the build gave me a lot of fun, for which I am very grateful.

 

 

P-39Q Airacobra – Recenzja HyperScale – Brett Green


P-39Q Airacobra w skali 1/72 – Zawartość Pudełka

Koralowe Airacobry


Even more photos of the build, painting and weathering of this amazing model you will find on the KFS-Miniatures portal!

 

See also:

Cactus Air Force Deluxe Set – F4F-4 Wildcat® and P-400/P-39D Airacobra over Guadalcanal – double set with 1/72 Wildcat and Airacobra is a available for pre-order in the Arma Hobby online store. Set includes additional 3D printed detail sets for both kits.

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