Well, looks like you have the building part down. Are you totally new to RC? Then you have to learn about the electronics, propulsion, batteries, watch the 'my jet goes 100mph' video, etc. If you're totally new to rc, here's a good place to start:
AEAJR's Manifesto is a must read. Nice model though. I built one, not as nice looking as yours. A profile version rather than 3D shaping but it does fly. Your's looks like if you had working stabs, it could be a twin engine edf. Nicely done. You could even make that model fly with a little cutting ( alot of cutting), taping, control horning, cockpit pit adding, motor, esc and lipo adding, etc. Will take some major surgery but it's do-able. At least you have a nice airframe.
I got into building profile "prop in the slot" parkjets after seeing a group of members at our field fly these in Combat on Sunday afternoons. Looked like fun and it is. I've built an F4J Phantom, an F-15, (2) F-22's a Convair Sea Dart and this SU-37. The F-22 is my favorite flyer by far. They do make you a better RC pilot but before I got into these, I started off in the prescribed way with a sim, buddy box, a few high-wing trainers, the PZ-T-28. Then into these jets. Now Edf's. Tipping my toe into 3D flying(slowly). Your progression can be exponential in the hobby but ya gotta pay your dues first. Welcome to the RC world ! Lots of help here on WF from many expert builders and RC legends to learn from. I'm not one of them but have had quite an accelerated education over the last two years. So much to learn. I can say there hasn't been a day that's gone by that I haven't learned something new here.
Good Luck ! - Hawk
This one's made from Dollar Tree foam, some hot glue, colored packing tape, a Grayson V2 w/ 30 amp esc. The ailerons and elevons are linked on the same servos, so only two servos. Really didn't need the ailerons but it improves the roll rate slightly. Slapped this together in a few hours.
Beautiful Build, I love it Thats as Nice as I could Have done Myself
are you going to use Pusher props or EDFs to power it with have you flown RC before, if not let us know and we can point you to a nice trainer plane to get you started with RC, it looks like you plane will fly great with only Elevons, but you can have Ailerons too to make it a 4 channel, i would try it both ways, Do You have any Plans, you might want to make some plans and sell them, I get half of the money , Ok Just kidding, Take care and Have fun, Chellie
I may be getting Older, But I Refuse to grow Up I am Having to much Fun to Grow Up LOL
the main wing will need some Carbon Fiber Tube to stiffen it with, if your using 6mm Depron, use 6mm CF tube, cut a slot in the wing just big enough to fit the CF tube, almost to the end of the wing, put some clear packing tape on one side of the wing, mix some 30 min epoxy, pour a little into the wing slot, lay the CF tube in the slot and cover with another piece of clear packing tape on the other side, weigh it down on a flat surface to cure. the CF tube is needed to keep the wing from wanting to bend and flex in flight, it might be a good idea to use 2 pieces of CF tube to make the wing even stronger, one towards the front on the main wing and one toward the rear of the main wing, here are a few planes that I built to kind of give you an idea of how to set up the CF wing Braces and electronics, Hope that helps, Chellie