I am pretty sure what I want to do here is beyond my abilities with the information I have. I am hoping someone out there with a more artistic eye, and better abilities with surfacing can help. I am trying to make a scale remote control model of this airplane:I have all the drawings of the bulk heads and airfoils so the main structure of the fuselage, wings and tail surfaces aren't a problem. Where I am stuck is on the stuff there are no "detailed" drawings of, namely the cowl, canopy, and wing tips. I did manage to get a pretty nice wing tip, but my cowl attempt is very bad and I don't want to think about the canopy. I know a guy that has one of these planes that can take a few measurements if need be, but most of the stuff I need measurements on are very hard to measure.
I am willing to part with $100 to get this done, maybe a little more. I have enough of the fuselage done for you to start work on the cowl and canopy, and I have some scale drawings with good top and side views of the plane.
My goal is to have a good model of the cowl and canopy so I can create sections every 1/2 inch or so, cut them out and make a plug and mold so I can form the cowl from fiberglass and the canopy from Plexiglass.
Anyone out there willing to tackle this? I would also be willing to share all my files I plan to send to the laser cutter to cut out all the wood for the plane.