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And the man saw the small sky and ventured into space. At first glance I only see more thickness, the rest is similar, now under the envelope I'm not sure if it's the same or you've simplified it.
Thanks everyone for the response.

Indeed I simplified the tubing dramatically (just put a paper contour around the foot of the rocket). Since it does not show too much I could have left it there, but my conscience did not permit me to take these liberties.
So I took off the engine and started making tubes.
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That's my Blackburn Beverley, now I'm taking Argosy

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I just realized that for an S&P kit this Saturn V Rocket has a lot of details... maybe too much detail. Where is the simple?
Yes, it is too detailed
I'm almost starting to regret it and I'm not even finished with stage I.
At least I did the first interstage, finished 4 out of 5 engines (the second isolated one has more details under the tin foil now) and am finishing the fins.

For the simple version, this detailed one is actually based on my previous simple 1/144 scale upscaled 1/300 model.
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Yes, it is too detailed
I'm almost starting to regret it and I'm not even finished with stage I.
Masterpieces need to be detailed to qualify. This is one awesome build B.
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