I was inspired by a build I saw on RCGroups.com by JasonF who did a really awesome small bi-copter build. Bi-copters, as the name implies, have only 2 motors, which are mounted to servos for control. The servos provide the yaw and pitch control, and the motors do roll. This layout can be very tricky to tune, but provided for a much more elegant integration into the Slave I.
Body was vac formed over a Slave I toy from ToysRUs, using 0.02inch polycarbonate, then airbrushed with Tamiya acrylic paint. I did two separate forms, one with the assembled vehigle to get the long cockpit section, then a second with just the backplate. This made painting easier, and allowed me to capture the detail under the large undercut created by the lower part of the cockpit section. The frame is made out of 10mm square carbon tubes, and the servos are simply ziptied in place.