Good question - I could have left them not covered with stickers, or I could have tried to cheat even more and photoshop them so they blended in more. Unfortunately I needed the round brick with the holes because the front wing is connected to it with a technic pin. The white brick behind it rotates to allow the landing gear to extend so is no use for attaching the wing to - you see my problem!
Would it have been possible to get another piece in white, gap the two holes, seat them with technic half pins, then attach little 1x3 plates and use cheese slopes or something to give it a dash of red? - Fires storm
If I understand you correctly - no. The red circular brick and white circular brick can't be attached to each other because the way I've done the landing gear the white circular 4x4 rotates (see how they face in opposite directions). I rebuilt this section about 4 or 5 times before I got it like this, maybe I should have just left the holes visible and said they were vents or something.
Sorry to do this but can I ask what piece these 'hoods' are? And also the big rear wing pieces? - Exxplosivo
Scarlett McCloud, daughter of the famed flying ace Aaron McCloud with
her fighter, the Scarlet Fury. A formidable pilot at age 19, she took
to the skies after the death of her father, to find the man who shot
him down and exact her revenge. An experienced engineer, after years
of helping repair and rebuild her father’s plane, she built the
appropriately named Scarlet Fury based on the design of her father’s
famous fighter, the Red Zephyr. After she eventually succeeded in her
mission she briefly became a hired gun, or “freelancer” flying escort
for various airships and skyliners before retiring to become a
successful aircraft engineer. The Fury is fitted with two 1450
horsepower McGarrow D-5 Radial Engines and four fixed forward-facing
“Brimstone” B2 machine guns.