The doors are left open, of course! Anyone who wishes to pick up/restart the project is free to do so!
I briefly contemplated passing the WiP to someone else, but due to experiences with analogical passing of Naixoterk's P-36/P-40 and Do-17 (which, after 3 years, still are not completed), I felt it's not really a practical solution, and that it's more than possible that if I were to also wait several years, I'd likely lost my patience and would try to finally do them myself, which would be like returning to starting line.
Btw. I really hoped You'd revisit the VC.10's - especially the never-were models.
Few more drawings:
First, one I forgot to post yesterday, together with An-2's - the Lala-1 (short from Latające Laboratorium - Flying Laboratory
Now something Reytuerto may enjoy.
Antonov An-28/An-38 (Russia, Armenia, Djibouti, Estonia, Kyrgyzstan, Latvia, Suriname, Tadjikistan, Ukraine)
PZL An-28/M-28 Bryza/Skytruck (Poland, Jordan, Nepal, USA, Venezuela, Vietnam)
Yakovlev Yak-12 (Russia, Poland, China, Bulgaria, Czechoslovakia, Hungary, Mongolia)
PZL-101 Gawron (Poland, Bulgaria, Hungary) - Polish derivative of Yak-12, used initially mostly as crop-duster, but eventually as general-use sports aircraft
Yakovlev Yak-18 (Russia, Poland, East Germany, Hungary, North Korea, Albania, Algeria, Armenia, Austria, Cambodia, Egypt, Iraq, Lithuania, Romania, Ukraine, USA)
Nanchang CJ-5 (China)
Yakovlev Yak-17 (Russia, Poland, Bulgaria, China, Czechoslovakia, Romania)
Yakovlev Yak-23 (Russia, Poland, Romania, Bulgaria, Czechoslovakia, USA)