We are putting together some good pieces for everyone see how we are doing it. The big tip that we can tell everyone is hair spray. It is too funny to think of either of us ever sing hairspray. One has been bald for half of his life, and I have never been a big coiffure kind of guy.
The pictures that I am including are of a model that is 57" (143cm) x 6" (15cm) wide and 4" (10cm) tall.
The glass sued is standard s-glass, 2oz per yd glass from Aircraft Spruce . Our experience shows for fuselages, two plies is more than enough for fuselages. Make sure that your plies are pig enough to cover all of the piece and hang over about an inch (2-3cm). More than that makes it hard to support the piece, the fabric keeps pulling away from the edge or it gets tangled.
Apply the hairspray liberally to wet the surface of the cloth, then use a foam roller to spread the spray and wet all of the glass. It takes a few minutes to work the whole surface. When it dries, it will feel more like paper than silk.
Having learned the hard way. You can let these dry for 15min or so, until they are not tacky to touch. However, do NOT let them dry for lunch and a trip to the hobby shop. The hair spray dries too much and coats the glass so that the resin does not stick. That is bad, it will just wreck your finish and everything will look all orange peel or like bubble city.
I hope this helps with your projects.