Yeah! I like that front view! Looks just like the 109.
Blisters would add some nice detail too.
So, I'll just throw this in and you can decide - If I was going to do it again, I would mold those separately and glue them on after. The reason is that there isn't much radius where the blisters meet the fuse, so that means a sharp corner in the mold. They make a little pocket that the cloth just doesn't want to lay down into nicely and I'm always fighting bubbles there. Of course, you can put cabosil in that area and that's what I do. But the cabosil can get squished out during layup and it seems like it's always a problem area. They are pretty far back on the fuse, so having a separate piece glued on there should not interfere with the hatch. The disadvantage is that it would be an additional layup to do, but it would be a very small and simple part.