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  1. It is my last built: an Airfix Dornier Do17Z - 3U+FU Libya 1941. This kit has some difficulty and wrong panel lines. I adjusted some points and rivet all skin. I used Tamiya mixes. Cheers!
  2. Evening all! So it has come to masking my Airfix Dornier Do17 and all has gone well except for the dome shape underneath the airframe just before the bomb bay. As said, it is dome shaped and I really have no idea how I should takle it. Any suggestions? Happy modelling! Adam
  3. Reading the latest print February 2018 issue of Scale Aircraft Modelling and got to page 64 and started reading the build review of a Revel He 219, to be slightly confused by references to a build of an ICM Do 17, especially as the pictures were of an He 219. The whole 2 page review is definitely of the Do 17, not the He 219. Hopefully next month it will be corrected
  4. I've been itching to start this since it arrived a couple of weeks ago: ... at least I think that is what has been causing the itching The surprisingly large box is stuffed pretty full; It was a bit fuller than that, but the first thing I did was sling those horrid little pots of paint and the tiny tubes of glue since I will be using these instead: I bought the RAF set for my Defiant nightfighters; the Luftwaffe paint sets... well what can I say, I like buying paints and decal sets and stuff which absolutely does not count as stash and I wanted some acrylics to lower the environmental smell as far as possible. I also got these: The Peewit masks were a bit over a fiver; I am quite capable of masking canopies reasonably well, but when presented with the opportunity to buy a canopy mask set I have to ask myself: "Would I pay that much money to get out of having to do it myself?" The answer almost invariably seems to be "Too right I would!" though I am glad that Peewit and Montex are providing a bit of competition for Eduard in this respect because frankly Eduard's prices for pre-cut Kabuki tape shapes had reached the point where I felt they were just taking the mickey; I hope that some credible competition might reverse their pricing process until it reaches a more agreeable level. As for the AML camo mask set - three and a half quid. Still feels like cheating a bit, but again, it is something I am capable of doing so really it is just a time saver. That's my feeble justification and I am sticking to it So my first task I think will be masking the Do17's clear parts, as I am keen to get that out of the way... Cheers, Stew
  5. My latest completion is Airfix's new tool Dornier 17. OOB, Stynylrez primer, Vallejo Model Air, W&N Matt varnish. Untitled by Ced Bufton, on Flickr For some reason this was a bit of a 'mojo dampener' for me but it's a nice kit of a tricky subject, especially the pilot's frame, rear gunner's seat and cowlings. Usual protracted WiP here.
  6. I've just finished this, the new Airfix Dornier D017Z representing of an aircraft of 9/KG.76 which took part in the spectacular and rather ill-fated raid on RAF Kenley on the 18 August 1940: The kit is superbly detailed and generally went together well with only a couple of 'sticky' spots - long-winded and meandering but fairly comprehensive build thread here The kit was built mostly OOB with the addition of Eduard micro-fabric seatbelts. The decals were mostly from the kit's supplied decals, codes and badges from the new Xtradecals Dornier sheet, with the exception of the yellow 'D', the black underwing 'D's and the black 'A' on the upperwing, which were from the Techmod Dornier set. The 'A' on the upperwing is noted (and pictured) in Nigel Parker's 'Luftwaffe Crash Archive' Volume 2 P192/3 - he suggests it was a replacement wing from another aircraft. The F1+DT ended its operational history this day with a crash-landing at Leaves Green, near Biggin Hill, in Kent, having been damaged over Kenley by AA fire and attacks from 111 Squadron Hurricanes. The crew - Hptm Joachim Roth, Obltn Rudolf Lamberty, Hptm Gustav Peters, Ofw Valentin Geier and Fw Hugo Eberhard - all survived, albeit all injured to various degrees. The Kenley raid is minutely analysed and described in detail by Dr Alfred Price in his excellent book 'The Hardest Day'. This is how the F1+DT became one of the iconic images of the Battle of Britain Cheers, Stew
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