I choose the next model that I like to work on.
Still I might need a few more weeks for the current work on P-47.
The weather is so good today for coating and spray-gluing parts.
I could use the coming weeks to make my assembly plans more feasible.
Unlike other Halinski's WWII models, the cockpit has only bone-structures
(I would guess that the designer reflected pre-WWII fighter designs)
The cockpit is also connected to landing gear bays, which would make the cockpit insertion difficult.
Even the fairings for the main wings are almost none.
I expect that reducing any gaps between the main wings and fuselage would be very critical.
Definitely, I will stick to my skin-works first and skeleton insertion later.
But I need more time to plan my move. I have a couple of immature ideas.
I will keep you posted how they would develop.
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