This closeup of the engine cowling shows a few major things all at once: 1.) the three tone cammo, 2.) the fine detail on this kit and 3.) the use of mechanical pencil to highlight the panels cleanly. No post-shading was used on this kit.
From the underside, you get a feel for just how big the floats really are. The torpedo looks positively tiny in comparison!
What has cranked wings and floats? Well, THIS does!! The Float Stuka in all its What-Iffy glory!
See, the port sponson has a different emblem! The reasons as to why are lost to history.
The twin rear guns of the J-2 Stuka would have gotten even more of a workout than those on the landplanes, given the likely decrease in speed and maneuverabilty conferred by the floats!