Thank you. I might not be able to get it to fly straight, what I meant is I'd like to see how long I can get it to fly for. Now I finished the fuselage. with all the uprights in, it weighs about 4 grams. A mistake I made was that the longerons had a slight curve to them after I built the sides, so when I was pinning stuff down, some of the uprights stuck out from the fuselage, and I had to sand them down quite a bit so they wouldn't bulge out anymore, but I think it is still strong. The picture on the top is what it would look like when the vertical stabilizer is glued on.
The moment arm for this airplane is quite tiny, so I was thinking about making the horizontal stabilizer with a lifting airfoil. Does anybody know any flat bottom airfoils that are suited for this? Could I just get any airfoil and slice it in half down the line where you plot it to make a flat bottom airfoil?
Also, I think I will make the nose sometime soon. I have no clue how to do that, I am thinking about gluing some sheets of foamboard together, I'm confused on how it gets sanded from a square into a circle.