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Gustavo Antonelli (ortavio)


Dutch Do 24

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1:72 Dornier Do 24 (Italeri 122)


1. September 2015, 23:56
Antonio R
Gustavo really impressive work and I am looking forward to see it finished, i like the details added to the interior.
2. September 2015, 04:19
Wim van der Luijt
Count me in!
2. September 2015, 10:48
Bart Goesaert
nice scratchbuild details on this one...
2. September 2015, 11:25
Gustavo Antonelli
Hi Wim, Bart, thank you very much!
8. September 2015, 01:06
Gustavo Antonelli
Hi Antonio, tante grazie!
8. September 2015, 01:18
Gustavo, do you have a conversion set to build a Dutch Dornier? The Italeri kit is for a Do24T with BMW Bramo engines whilst the Dutch Dorniers were Do24N types wich had Wright Cyclone engines and an other turret armament. Sorry, don't want to spoil the fun building it, just informing.
8. September 2015, 12:00
Erik Leijdens
Actually, the Dutch Do's were of the K type. A guy who have converted this kit to a good Dutch version explains here: Dornier Do 24 K | Modelingmadness

8. September 2015, 19:56
Thomas Bischoff
nice start, I have built this kit years and years ago - count me in!
9. September 2015, 04:28
Gustavo Antonelli
Erwin, Erik, I'm aware of the differences, but I don't have any aftermarket to make the conversion. I am just building a dutch Do 24 cause I'm bored of the dark green/black green/light blue schema, and I don't like the spanish one :) And don't worry about spoiling the fun, I model just for fun, so I'll go ahead! Anyway, thank you very much for your advise!
@Thomas, thank you mate :)
BTW, I'll make my own decals of the X-35.
9. September 2015, 15:59
Erik Leijdens
Your are absolutely right Gustavo! Fun is the most important thing in modelling. Good luck with the build. Following!
10. September 2015, 06:23
Gustavo Antonelli
Thanks Erik !
Advances: I gave a primer with Model Master grey primer, designed the decals with *Inkscape*, a really very good open source vector graphics software, and printed then with my old HP Photosmart C5280 inkjet printer. Then, I gave a pre-shaded with a dark Payne's grey.
I painted the underside playing with Revell 05 white and Tamiya XF-2 flat white. Upperside surface colour was made by mixing Tamiya medium grey and Model Master 4660 dark blue.
10. September 2015, 13:05
Gordon Sørensen
Nice scratch building on the interior. Paint looks good!
10. September 2015, 13:52
Wim van der Luijt
Looking good! "our" markings will make it look even better ;)
10. September 2015, 13:54
10. September 2015, 21:11
Antonio R
Well done this guy is massive looking forward to seeing finished
10. September 2015, 21:27
Gustavo Antonelli
Hi guys, thank you very much!
I gave a wash with my mix of brown ink, acrylic matt black, water and detergent. I had also worked on the weathering details, with different grades of a mix of brown and black pastels diluted with turpentine for the exhausts stains, and a lighter mix of the the same pastels and orange for the rust stain effects.
Then I gave a coat of our Future equivalent, "Blem autobrillo" (I'm afraid that the product has changed to another brand :(). Then I applied the decals.
The next entry should be the last one, with the kit finished. It lacks giving a last matt coat, removing the masks, and rigging and mounting the radio wires.
12. September 2015, 19:37
Martien Lourens
When I see orange triangles. I get warm inside me :) . nice progress. I'm curious about the end result
13. September 2015, 10:08
Gustavo Antonelli
Thank you very much Martien! Happy to notice that this humble build wakes up so good feelings!
15. September 2015, 01:00
Gustavo Antonelli
Done! :). It was difficult to find a good place to take pictures, cause it's pretty big!
15. September 2015, 01:08
Antonio R
Wow Well done Gustavo really excellent work, it it nicely build and painted, also like the weathering.
15. September 2015, 04:30
Nice build Gustavo, congratz
15. September 2015, 15:08
Roberto Rocat
Well done!
15. September 2015, 19:37
Gustavo Antonelli
Hi Antonio, Erwin, Rboerto, thank you very much! :)
16. September 2015, 12:28

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