First: I hope that you could excuse my english (i'm native from Spain).
I come second: I estimate very much your objections. Of course, I try to learn of them. On the other hand it is not easy to support a equilibrium between the aesthetic thing and the functional thing. I neither am any expert in military vehicles, even I nor am a fan. The basic structure is inspired in a design of Ghost in the shell (Stand Alone Complex, 2nd SIC). Externally it is different and I have inclined the back part towards behind. The back engines are mobile, not if this can relieve your worry on the stability, but they have an angle of inclination of approximately 40 º.
Of all forms thank you for your indications and, in general, thanks to all for your reviews (of all of them).
Love your creation great detail and 10/10 for it not being a straight forward linear build i would have loved to have built somthing like this when i was building future military machines. Keep building!!!
Prepare to get a review from one of the planet's most obsessed military aircraft geeks: Ok, main problem here, there's no stabilization system. This is a single rotor, so it needs a tailrotor, and thus a tail. Or, you could just have a really short tail with a fin, and do a double-deck contra-rotating rotor system, or remove the rotor and have this repulsor-lift or something futuristic. Or you could ignore me and continue to enjoy your sci-fi lack-of-rules :-P Aerodynamic inaccuracies aside, this is brilliantly built, you obviously have great skill with greeblies, something I myself lack. Nice construction technique! -- -- Michael