Let me guess, submarine sandwiches and potato wedges are on the menu and she is behind Jolley, Boomer and Green-Bean. Not only that, but she is having lunch with Sheba, Athena and Serena. So, that means that this is going to take awhile.Not yet, Rigel is still having lunch..!
It is somewhat funny that you mention this. Once I start to work on the "finished" model (that will be used in a diorama), I am planning to do exactly what you mentioned. I have already been mapping out the greebles and the details that I want to add and augment for this model!I would have left the first row engine intake vane the same size, but would have cut them and turned them, trailing edge towards the rear, as they would be used that way for atmospheric flight, which was when those intakes worked, grabbing "whatever" and feeding it to a fusion reactor. One could argue they were closed for space flight, but even them, they would have separations lines, which would add some detail to the interior of the engine pods when looking inside. If this was done, or greebled by the builder, I would suggest making each blade out of folded stock, to make them into an airfoil shape, possibly mounting them on a pin so they could spin. Just an idea.