Originally Posted by strk
No-one has ever helped me, when I was designing my models. So I'm not going to help You.
haha when I started out in Airbrushing, that was the attitude from most pros.
I made it my mission to share as much airbrushing skills as possible (over the last 20 years)
back to the Wing Fairing....
I have one question:
which is more difficult, designing the wing root fairings
or (as a modeller) installing them?! lol
Most modellers would probably claim the latter, because we are mostly builders, not designers.
I understand with smaller scale models, you want fewer parts
and so the tendency is to design a simplified version of a part like this,
(I'm doing that right now with my Hercules fairings)
and then rely on the builder to contort it into shape.
But really, the best approach would be to copy the real thing
and make it in sections.
Take a look at the Spit fairing...its in four parts.
Wouldn't this also make the design stage a little easier too?