If you look at the Focke Wulf 183 you'll notice a similarity to the Sabre and Mig. Makes you wonder where the US and Russians got the design. The FW 183 will share the 1 System Jet Pod.
When I was deciding what favorite planes I would do a couple years ago I had to forgo anything with rounded fuselages, like the Zero, the Hellcat, The FW 190, because foam doesn't bend. Yes it does!
So all those radial engine planes can come to life now with "foamagami".
The Zero and Hellcat were Pacific theater warbirds that were and are historically significant models.
They will both be designed for the 1 System Warbird pod. I started cutting the Hellcat today and experimented with leaving the paper on one side. It works great and is very strong. The Hellcat has a very stout shape and stubby fat wings. I designed it with landing gear down so you can practice your carrier landings and approaches.
The Zero is a more petite plane and will be very light.
The canopies for both are simple and can be cut from a water bottle.
In designing these plans the geometry has to be exact so I draw the parts, test fit and then draw again. The Hellcat started as a half size paper model and looked good. It will lend itself well to scale details.