Hey Henry. no worries, it's what we are all here for, constructive critique
and feedback, education and encouragement
Anyhow, one thing I find that helps is if you have a general understanding of how things work errors like that don't seem to creep into the equation.
The number of models I've seen with the ailerons drooping in the same direction like flaps do, Wrong ! (except on certain modern fly by wire aircraft where all the surfaces can do aileron and flaps at the same time, electronically mixing functions)
or Chinooks with their rotors overlapping, WRONG ! they inter-mesh like cogs traveling in opposing directions, never do they over lap....
or propellers fitted backwards, once you understand how stuff works these things become glaringly obvious errors... anyhow......... thought I might take a moment to express a couple of pet peeves
It does seem a shame that you are covering all that detail up, no way to make the "lid" removable ?
3. June 2015, 16:39