Dornier Do 17 z scratch 1/32

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  1. destrozas

    destrozas Well-Known Member

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    well, after an idle time for various reasons I want to present a project that goes for 2 years but I am determined to finish it, it was a Dornier do 17 z scracth to 1 / 32, I put the pictures and judge
    the tail gunner's seat
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    air filters
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    camera, batteries and fuse panel
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    bombing team
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    is a view I have of the 5 sides in case anyone is interested I can see the rise

    radio and began
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    placed without hitting the side to see the general aspect
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    the pilot's seat
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    bomb bay
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    cockpit structure
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    wings and fuselage sections
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    at the moment is what I have done now I start hollowing out pieces of the bomb bay and make the walls of the bomb bay
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    This is gonna be good.

    Can't wait for more pics.
     
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    Great work. :thumbright:
     
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    Good work, looking forward to more.
     
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    love it what a great project,where do you get sheet styrene plastic from
     
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    Thank you all for your words.
    I ask some patience tengais is an expensive work, the bomb bay is giving me a lot of slaughter, but a few more days progress.
    woljags styrene plastic plates are larger than the evergreen there, where purchases are engaged in Model-Making and civil architecture projects
    thanks.
     
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    Very impressive. What are you using for plans/references?
     
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    Crimea river mainly the cd-rom of luftfahrt-archiv hafner(this page web Luftfahrt-Archiv Hafner ), specifically LAH-CD-ROM 1060, tech, konpendium 1939/1940 with about 1186 pictures and originales blueprints, structural, piping, motors, gear todoslos addition to books in both download and on paper I could find the plane, I started making plans to work I type the details to the seats or cockpit gear, piece part that I do draw, something very ordinary for me for my work than before to RC planes to 1 / 12 without maps and after thousands of hours of dedication and learning
     
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    destrozas Well-Known Member

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    as advances are not much but it's amazing or at least to me it seems certain that the version finally Z2 hare because it has the glass nose of the other project parking Z-7 (nose with machine guns and night fighter even further and have more control of the airbrush paintings, photos:

    Pilot completed and the platform into place,
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    I put the driver's seat just to give the position
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    the tail section of the device since the end of the bomb bay to the tail
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    the bottom of the same section
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    that is the skeleton itself will be placed after reinforcements throughout the fuselage to install the panels
    Now a photo of the entire set to see how the size and the project as I have gone after these days
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    I have placed some of the information pages I have of the plane
     

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    Excellent !
     
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    Great stuff! Looking forward to more.
     
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    You have more patience than me. I love people who can build like this and I will be following the rest of the build.
     
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    Wow...just wow....

    I am deaply envious of you guys who can scratch build!

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    Great progress so far!
     
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