Hi PaulI remember now both hand and feet powered.
Seems you an accomplished artist to !
The body alone is going to take some hours ,
Do you expect your head to be about where the word ' slides ' is ?
I suspect in practice the piece labeled tinted will have to be clear to see where the front wheel is and is going ?
I am planning to start on the body once it warms up a bit(no heat in my garage )
I will make moulds for the cabin roof and the very rear part of the tail section to achieve the rounded look. Otherwise, I plan to use coroplast for the sides ( below the windows ) as coroplast worked quite well for the sides of my previous model.
My head is close to the up-arrow behind the word "slides". The top of my head is about 10cm below the cabin roof. The frame tubing separating the tail section from the cabin is pretty much inline with my shoulder.
The tinted piece on my previous model did not really hinder my view. However , I did notice that my confidence was greater on narrow cycle lanes when I could see the ground and curb next to the front wheel ( riding without the shell ). I'm hoping the little window below the tinted piece provides some of that visibility.