Progress has been slow at the moment due to other commitments, but today I managed to spend a couple of hours in the workshop.
I was having a problem sourcing a canopy and it was looking like I was going to have to mold one myself, but after some more searching I've managed to find a suitable one on-line, hopefully it will be ok.
This afternoon I started to cover the section of the fuselage from the cockpit rearwards, this turned out to be more difficult than anticipated mainly because I wanted to use 1 piece of correx for each side instead of multiple pieces. The correx just did not want to follow the shape of the 3 rear formers and join to the cockpit section without creasing.
This is the 3rd attempt...not perfect by any means but I hope I can make good.
Securing the sheet to the formers and stringers was by my usual method with correx builds of a hot glue gun, which I find gives me about 20 seconds to position correctly before the glue starts to cure.
I have only managed to complete one side this afternoon and here are a couple of photos to show the progress.
The tail is just a rough piece taped in position to get an idea of size to see if I need to increase it's dimensions slightly.
I've left the front section open so I can add the battery and receiver latter on.