seaman

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  • Birthday 01/01/1974

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  1. seaman

    [MOC] Skoda 110R

    Excellent build!
  2. Russian carrier group. "Sovremenny" class destroyer and "Krivak I" class frigate - LDD+PovRay, 1:200 scale. "Admiral Kuznecov" carrier - real bricks steel :)
  3. seaman

    [MOC] Cold War ships, 1:350

    Thank You!
  4. seaman

    [MOC] SHIPtember WIP- Orange Crush

    Fantastic work!
  5. Thank You! "Berkut-A" - large ASW ship pr.1134A "Kronstadt" (NATO designation - Kresta II class cruisers). Many believe these ships are among the most beautiful in the world. I agree with this - the appearance of this ship combines the swiftness and power of the nuclear missile age with the grace of the sailing era. This ship Soviet designers managed to realize all their dreams. He was finally formed part of electronic and missile systems base which was a powerful SAMs "Storm", designed also to defeat surface targets. Based on the experience of operation previous projects have improved conditions for placing ASW helicopter. My model of LEGO warship is sustained in the scale of 1:200, for the construction took 1590 (1930 - full hull) bricks, 107 studs long. 1:350, 1:700 and 1:200 scale
  6. seaman

    MOC - USS Gerald Ford (40,000 peices).

    Aircraft carrier model is awesome! But it is not on a scale, IMHO ... At least the proportions were not respected during its construction :)
  7. 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. 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. 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. The ship has a high density of weapons and a variety of equipment, so it is very interesting for modeling. However, the abundance of small parts and, especially, lattice masts made me work hard and literally "smash my head")) But the spent elements (torpedo tubes, 76-mm guns, launchers "Osa" and radar antenna posts) are useful in the construction of larger ships)) 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.
  8. 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.
  9. Thank You! I slightly adjusted the main caliber. And new render.
  10. Such a surprise! Thank! Soon I will add more images.
  11. Soviet/Russian missile destroyer "Sovremenny" (pr.956 "Sarych"), 1:200 scale, LDD+PovRay