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Do-335 weathering

This article is part of a series:
  1. 1/32 Zoukei-Mura Do-335
  2. More work on the 1 32 Zoukei Mura…
  3. The 1/32 Z-M Do-335 Forward Engine is Done
  4. 1/32 Zoukei-Mura Do-335
  5. The 1/32 Zoukei-Mura Do-335 Rear Oil Cooler Assembly
  6. More Do-335 Madness
  7. 1/32 Z-M Do-335 Progress Report
  8. Painting the 1/32 Zoukei-Mura Do-335
  9. I just painted the Braunviolet areas on my…
  10. Quick Update 1/32 Z-M Do-335
  11. 1/32 Z-M Do-335 Progress Report
  12. Do-335 weathering
  13. The 1/32 Zoukei-Mura Do-335 Pfeil is finally finished!
  14. New pics of my 1/32 Zoukei-Mura Do-335

I added the decals to my 1/32 D0-335, then sprayed MMP Matte Clear. I let that dry, then painted over the German insignias witha a mixture of MMP Transparent Medium mixed (maybe 20 drops) with a couple of drops of black to simulate the semi-transparent black the US used over the markings. This looks just like my references.

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10 responses to Do-335 weathering

  1. George, Very cool so far !

  2. Like the very realistic weathering. The section behind the cockpit is fab.

  3. Why do I get the feeling that we’ll be seeing this again next month..? 🙂

  4. Looks great – I think you nailed the overpaint work.

  5. Very nice build!!

  6. Exceptional, George. Very subtle but very, very carefully crafted. A horribly difficult combination.

    ‘Liked’

  7. Beautiful work George. Stunning indeed.

  8. Thanks everybody. I’m starting to see light at the end of the tunnel.

  9. George,
    This build has been a pleasure to follow. I’d really like to know ho you linked all series article posts together (another topic). Anyway, this is a museum-quality build and I hope you enjoyed building it. Your dedication to the details that are hidden inside this build are a testament to our craft.

    If I could like this more than once I would. Your a true craftsman. Encore!

  10. Matt- Thank you so much for that comment. It means a lot to me and I’m glad that my work is appreciated by such a wonderful group of fellow lovers of the hobby.

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