Im quite sorry for i only got to photograph the thing that took me two months to build just now. I also would really like to apologize for the really poor shots. since i dont have a digicam, i photographed the plane using an ordinary camera and had the pictures scanned after i had it developed. to make matters worse, I do intend to show you guys how i "stitched" the windshield of my plane (which is photocopier acetate). which is a very neat method without the use of adhesives. but the shots were quite horrible. i'll probably edit the pics and try my best to show it when i get some free time.. Anyway, this is my plane. I designed i as a utility plane that works close to the ground hence the name, Terra Firma. I really did plan to make the paint scheme of the plane to look aggresive and sporty. but it changed after i got to contact a friend of mine after 5 years (too bad, she's in shanghai right now) who's taking up medicine. So it turned into a red cross bushplane/ medevac plane. The registration numbers on the plane is ZS-JAL which is also quite special. ZS (south africa) and JAL (which stands for JAmes and ALice combined). hehehe.. I do have to thank you guys for all the help! And more so, for reviving my interest in cardmodeling again. Before, i viewed my cardmodeling more as a "skill" which i only do if im needed to make one. I'll probably design a scale model of the plane i had a lot of really fun memories when i was a kid after i get some free time (dad once flew Philippine Airlines' Fokker 50 for two years before being assigned to Boeing 737-300's until 1998. he tranferred to Cebu Pacific Air after the pilot's strike and now flies DC-9's). anyway, here's my plane.