This whole project is a hobby, which I can work on only in my free time, so progress can be rather slow sometimes if I am too busy.
I enjoy putting together the models by hand. The prototype model is always put together from white cardstock and modeled from a threeside view. I then use a computer to built exact lines in Freehand. I don’t use any CAD or 3D software. That lets the models be a little less accurate, but puts bigger emphasis on the paper modeling.
Except for some small Insignia, my models are completely vector-based, which means they can be scaled to any size, without becoming pixelated. The basic scale is 1:60 which is matching the WSAM (World’s smallest aircraft museum) standard of Fiddler's Green.
You can find out more about the way I work in the "about designing the model"-section of each model's page.