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Erik

Keep the canopy open so we can see some of the cockpit details.


Great work


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I like the way your fuselage segments fit so well. I'll have to try your method on my next project.
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Hello Erik,

I often do the same "skin first, formers later" assembly sequence. It can be problematic to make subassemblies too rigid too early and getting the skin jonits well is surely more important than having free formers in their exact place.
A detail left me guessing: there are tabs for the upper and lower skin from the tail section forward (part 31) but not in the middle. It is not very usual, right? I guess that the tabs link to different parts...
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Always loved the hurricane, maybe its because I live in the city in which so many were built. Or it could be that my father and my mother had a part of in building it. Also the factory where they were built is still around producing rail cars, Bilevels, and subways and trolley cars.
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Erik,


I agreed with Isaac. With that much magnificent detailing in the cockpit, you need to leave the canopy open.


Great work.


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