Currently rebuilding some of my previous planes,try and get them a bit more realistic looking,the covered wheels took ages to do,trying not to make them look too wide,next one is the mitsibushi G6M,thanks for looking
Quoting Ralos Sarayen
I really like your creation, good job! What pieces you used to wedge the wheels to the landing gear? In my Cr42 I made a too huge one!
will need to take it apart to see what pieces i used as it was a while ago since i made it,i will take some of it apart and post it on here for you,had the same problem at first bulky too big but got it as good as i could eventually,i hink i used a 2stud axle and it sits in the side wedge plates then right angled plates to hold it together,plenty 2x1 plates with a single stud on top,
Great job on the wheels. I'm assuming eventually you'll give the planes the flat tile treatment like your zero. Be on the lookout for the 4 stud round red plate. I bought a Lego set just to get mine.
Also if you are doing another plane I think the B5N torpedo bomber would be great for you to do. I have a pretty good torpedo design, which I will post soon once my ju88 is finished.
I'm not quite familiar with your latest models, so I've been on google to see how the real one looks. And I must say your model looks really good. The encapsuled wheels are spot on. And the wing shape and the fuselage looks harmonic. I can see you've got the wingtips perfect this time. But, as usual, I can also find a little you can improve; The tailrudder root should be extended up the fuselage spine. I`m not familiar with the twin engine bomber, but my guess will be it`s a "Sally"