Just shot these new photos of my Do-335. I wasn't very happy with the first series I shot. I also made some slight mods to the finished model. I wasn't happy with the positioning of the landing gear and performed a little surgery on that area to[...]
I appreciate every one's comments on my previous post. I started chipping the paint last night- a rather tedious, but oddly relaxing endeavor. I may have over-done it in some spots so I'll probably go over them with a light airbrushing to tone t[...]
Hello every one. I finished this part of the kit last night and I would almost consider another lit kit all by itself and it seems like every sub-assembly in this kit is a mini kit. I kinda went nuts weathering it, but most of it won't be seen s[...]
I finally got around to at least finishing off the forward engine of this beast. There are a ton of parts on these little gems. This is one of the best non-resin engines ou there. The block was painted using a variety Mission Models Paints that[...]
This is the 1974 issue Monogram DO-335, rescribed, with Ultracast exhaust, and photoetch belts. Lots of scratchbuilding on the gear, cockpit and closing the engine panels.Paint is Tamiya acrylics and decals are Cutting Edge.
Hope you like,
I built this kit a while back. I have seen this aircraft at Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum/Steven F. Udvar-Hazy Center at the Dulles Airport in Washington DC. It is HUGE!
I ran across some photos taken right after the war when the pla[...]
This is 1/48 Tamiya Dornier Do-335A Pfeil built several years ago.
The cockpit was built out of the box with the exception of adding seat belts from Eduard. Kit decal was used for the instrument panel.
Painting was done with Gunze acrylics. Up[...]
Dornier produced 10 Do-335A-O's for evaluation as single-seat fighters. This is Tamiya's AWESOME 1/48 scale rendition of Dornier's radical twin-engine Pfeil (Arrow). My model depicts the 7th of the 10 single-seat fighter versions built and deliv[...]
Inspired by Erich's excellent rendition I thought I would add my own version of this "hypothetical" aircraft. It will have some of you seeing doubles, but I think its cool. I have always enjoyed seeing how two different modelers will approach[...]
This model was done a few years ago as purely a “fun project” and is not meant to be a historically accurate subject, but rather my rendition of what a Do 335 Night fighter from NJG.1 might have looked like. The Dornier Do 335 was an advanced p[...]