Building an experimental aircraft from scratch, using a set of plans, a builders manual and a pile of materials is a long winded road - even for simple designs. An RJ.03 IBIS (a wooden canard airplane) is no exception in this regard, so perhaps you can appreciate the picture selected for the page header.
Fuselage So far the main structure of my IBIS fuselage is assembled. Just recently I started to clean up the surfaces to prepare for the outside plywood covering.
Canopy Nothing significant built just yet, but some material was purchased already...
Canard wing Nothing much to show just yet, as not everything that was built already was photographed at the time of putting this website up.
Winglets The basic winglet structure is together, but other things need to be finished first before continuing with these.