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[MOC] Models of warships (1:200 scale)

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Soviet/Russian missile destroyer "Sovremenny" (pr.956 "Sarych"), 1:200 scale, LDD+PovRay

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On 8/13/2019 at 12:17 PM, Mister Phes said:

This is a fine recreation so I'll post it on the Eurobricks frontpage! :thumbup:

Such a surprise! Thank! Soon I will add more images.

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On 8/15/2019 at 1:07 PM, JoeChu1980 said:

Wow! it's very great scale model, smooth studless feature

Thank You!

I slightly adjusted the main caliber.

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And new render.

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really love these micro builds, especially the ships, and the attention to detail shown, would love to see this built, although might still be a little costly

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On 8/20/2019 at 6:08 PM, bamsham363 said:

really love these micro builds, especially the ships, and the attention to detail shown, would love to see this built, although might still be a little costly

You are right ... Now I am building a smaller ship at a same scale ... If the model comes out beautiful, then I will try to build it out of real bricks.

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Wow, this is really amazing! I've always been a big fan of Technic but this is an absolute masterpiece.

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On 8/27/2019 at 1:33 PM, WPE said:

Wow, this is really amazing! I've always been a big fan of Technic but this is an absolute masterpiece.

Thank You!

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In order not to create a lot of topics, I will add new models to this topic.

Soviet/Russian frigate pr.1135  "Thunderbird" (NATO designation - Krivak I), 1:200 scale, LDD+PovRay.

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Workhorses of the Navy of the USSR. Taking into account all the modifications about 50 ships were built. A number of them are still in service. For its time, it was an advanced ship with a high degree of automation, good armament and good crew living conditions.

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My memories of these ships are connected with the holidays - there was not a single naval parade on the Neva in the 1980s in which these handsome men of a darkly gray color did not participate.

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The ship has a high density of weapons and a variety of equipment, so it is very interesting for modeling.

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However, the abundance of small parts and, especially, lattice masts made me work hard and literally "smash my head"))

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But the spent elements (torpedo tubes, 76-mm guns, launchers "Osa" and radar antenna posts) are useful in the construction of larger ships))

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Option with 100 mm gun mounts - pr.1135m Krivak II.

The model consists of 1224 (981 without underwater) parts, a little over 61 cm in length, if built from real bricks.

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