Here's that nice looking spot where the hatch joins the body. The final profile will be totally smooth(ish):
With the whole monster tidied away in the corner of the garage, it makes it easy to go and do a few minutes on this thing every day or two without a ton of setup and takedown. I think that's important: it's fun to keep momentum on projects like this. When we have motivation, we don't need discipline!
This looks weird, but it's just where the floor intersects the walls. I decided it was easier to make a little tongue in the walls than in the floor. It's dangerous as far as accidentally snapping off, but it's really just filler and it would be easy to fix:
Here's the shape of the thunderous egg! It's cool to see it come to life from a CAD drawing. (It's Aliiiiive!!!) It actually mostly just sits in the corner, but it's pretty neat nonetheless:
Aaaand, another angle. I'm like a proud Daddy. I am actually a proud Daddy to a great 2 3/4 year-old little boy. That was just a funny comment about how many photos I'm taking of this piece of plywood:
NEXT: Portals to other dimensions and/or holes for doors into the trailer! Don't touch that dial!