This is not an airplane but a marine vessel, an ekronaplan. When I showed this awhile ago I found out that most ekronaplans have reverse delta wings so I'm working on redesigning the wings. Here is my first attempt at reverse delta wings. I haven't yet put the skin on because I've got some problems with the relation of the wings to the fusalage. You can see that the innermost former comes up to high and conflicts with the propulsors. I'm also unsure of the length fore to aft and of the angle; the wing is coming in below the hull in the stern of the craft which meansthe wings are going to be underwater when the craft lands(splashes down). Also the wing covers the orca markings on the fusalage. Yet the profile of the wing is rather intersting. I'm not sure if I should redesign the wing, the fusalage or both. Maybe the wing doesn't need to reach back quite that far. Since this is not an airplane but a flying boat the wings are anhedral that means that they slope downward instead of upward as they do on an airplane.