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Artur Domanski
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August 8, 2021 · in Aviation · · 15 · 2.6K

My Do-335

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  1. Here’s a kit I seldom seen built, and it looks like it has some fabulous details, although the engine plumbing I suspect were more of your own work Artur, no?
    The underside painting is remarkable, very realistic. Thumbs up

  2. This is a wonderful Pfeil, Artur!

  3. Exceptional result, Artur @artro219
    The detailing is outstanding, as well as the paintwork.

  4. Really, really nice. Great looking model.

  5. Very nice Artur!

  6. Beautiful work! I'm especially impressed with the technique you used to paint the underside. Could you offer a few details as to your process?

  7. Beautifully done, Artur! Very impressive.

  8. That is a simply stunning and incredible build of one of my favorite planes. I think I am not alone in wanting you to share more about the build of such a good looking kit. Your paint work is incredible and the build quality is museum quality! Really a beautiful job.

  9. That’s impressive! Very convincing putty and metal finish on the underside of the wings!

  10. A great result. As others have noted, the paint work on the lower wings is truly impressive.

  11. Nicely done Artur, exceptional work on display

  12. Great work on this kit, Artur, is it 1/32 scale? Definitely liked.

  13. Wow - nicely done! Great paintwork.

  14. Thank you all for the kind words, it is very encouraging.

    First, I apologize for my English, but I use Google Translate.

    The model itself is nicely made and glued straight from the box, you may like it, I basically made, or rather reworked the bomb bay, added a bit of detail in the main landing gear chambers. I also used photo-etched parts from ProfiModeller, but in my opinion they are much weaker than Eduard. Now I certainly wouldn't use them. The main landing gear wheels are Eduard, the front wheels are from the set, because Eduard gave too big, I also changed the exhaust pipes to resin ones. I added a few wires to the engine to make this detail more attractive. I painted the underside of the wings with fantastic Bilmodel paints and then masked it, so that at the end a grate appeared, imitation of putty

  15. That is a stunning representation of the Do 335!

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