As is my custom, I like to provide a feedback on the FD scale designs. I have to say that all of these were of good quality.
Rasping Leech, Hughes Caballero: I liked the looks of this, you seemed to capture the civilian side well, it reminded me more of an interwar racing aircraft. You explained the choice of wing layout, it does seem a very short wing cellule so this fighter would probably be better suited for speed than agility. Saying that reloading the machine guns would be easy! Very well drawn.
Imperialist, Siemens-Schuckert Ss 55: I really liked this one, looks 100% genuine which sadly lost some originality marks but it looks a good sound design.
Hood, Ridgefield Type 342 Rapier: self-criticism time again, I went a little mad and mashed up the features of two real Westland experimental types of the period, one of which was a bomber! I wanted something sleek but not too advanced for the early 1930s date. Thought about adding a 37mm COW gun behind the cockpit firing upwards but that felt like overkill! The cockpit location is perhaps not ideal for the fighter but this was designed to hunt bombers coming across the English Channel. I like how it turned out.
Rhade, Ford Model 20M: a crazy concept of operations but something that has a ring of truth about it, old Henry was prone to some crazy ideas. The aircraft is beautifully drawn. The lack of any vertical tail surfaces is an omission, I can see why you ditched them, some designers in the 30s did try that, but most saw sense in the end. I do like the 1930s car vibe in the fuselage design though and those rear cooling louvres.
Bordkanone 75, Nakajima YM A4N1: looks so real it that it is real! Good drawing, but lost on originality being a real design.
Aiseus, Gazinia Consortium SN-10: this design strongly reminded me of some of the V-12 engined Boeing P-6 family and the PZL gull-wing fighter series. A nice looking design, the drawing is good but maybe reduce the use of black lines for wing roots and some of the wing panel lines. Good overall though.
Lemachina, abrikejo de Aviadiloj Montalvo (FAM) C291: a first post by a new member and a very good first drawing. A classic late biplane fighter in style and looks good.
jjx indoweeb, C.27: generally drawn ok but there are some ragged lines instead of smooth curves and I'm not sure why both tailplanes on the top view do not match. Of the design itself, the mid-mounted is very ambitious for 1927 given the extended driveshaft needed, but beyond this I think the undercarriage is located too far forward and the ailerons look a little too small.
APDAF, Tukhachevsky Tu-6: one of your best drawings so far, a good design overall but the two tails look a little small for an aircraft of this size. It does look a little dated for 1932 and I would have expected something a little sleeker, and something more advanced than just a ring mount for the rear MGs.
Armoured Man, Fujimoto T-55: a chunky little design, reminds me a lot of the Gloster Gladiator. The wings are stubby but look ok, overall very nicely drawn.
Corp, The Abomination: well someone got inspired by the Westland Pterodactyl! Well its odd and its novel! I don't think this would fly, not so much the wing layout as having the engine so far back. The wing panel lines need some work, but overall you did well to convey the oddness of this design.
Kiwi Imperialist, Ranaimo F.9: again a good standard looking biplane fighter. My gut feeling is that the rear fuselage is a little too long, but overall a nice design.
Cardinal, Lyandul Aeronautics Institute D-5 Avocet: an interesting monoplane design that looks like it fits for the period. My only nitpick is that the engine cowling looks too small to fit a 750hp V-12 engine.
JSB, Supermarine Type 225: an interesting take on how the S.6 might have evolved into a floatplane fighter. Needs a little refinement and use of 3-pixel canopy framing where possible, but overall an interesting design and looks like a real Supermarine project.
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