In desperate need of atmospheric fighters, the T.L.A. (Three Letter Acronym) purchased several hundred Hr-18 trans-atmospheric fighters from a mysterious race of rodent shipbuilders. Once they took delivery, the T.L.A. began modifying the design. The fuselage was lengthened to make room for a larger engine; canards were added to increase maneuverability; and the rear fins were redesigned to reduce air resistance. The result is a fighter which is universally beloved by T.L.A. pilots.
Top. The Hr-35 has a crew of two; one pilot and one radar operator responsible for long-range sensors, communications, and ECM.
Front. The fighter has six hard points, but only four of them are occupied right now. In addition there are two auto cannon by the nose. I have no clue as to where the jet intakes are...
Side. I'm running out of extraneous fluff to put in.
Belly shot. You can see the landing gear in its retracted configuration.
The Hr-35 features fully retractable landing gear -- wheels!. Working it into the small space I had available was no mean feat.