I haven't used any 3d modeling software in years, except Solidworks. The organic curves of the Global Hawk didn't really lend themselves to Solidworks (or at least, my skill level in Solidworks), so I dusted off my old software. After about an hour, I was pretty pleased with the results! The model is a little low poly, but at the scale my printer can handle it won't matter.
Printing diagonally had a neat little effect: The infill lines up perfectly with the part, and looks like ribbing! Printed in translucent filament, it would be pretty neat!
Overall, I'm happy with the print. Next time I print one off, I'll drop the layer height to .1mm, though.
This would look pretty sweet with a layer of spray filler/primer, and done up in a NASA paintjob.
To all my readers, I wish you blue skies, and happy printing.