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Sovremenny-class destroyer 1:700 (upd)
Russian Sovremenny-class guided missile destroyer, LDD-version, 1:700 scale. Sept.2018 - seriously changed the hull, superstructure and launchers of missiles "Mosquito", added a version from the real bricks.
About this creation


Guided missile destroyer pr.956 "Sarich" ("Buzzard"). Originally created as a assault ship for amphibious force. That is why the "Sovremenny" has such a powerful artillery armament - by weight artillery salvo, it is comparable with a volley Battlecruiser era dreadnoughts. Adding a murderous anti-ship supersonic missiles "Mosquito" and high-effective SAM "Uragan" made this a very dangerous ship in a naval battle. So, in 1989 on the teachings of the Pacific Fleet destroyer "Battle" knocked down 6 supersonic missiles, attack ships at the same time from different directions. In a duel situation he still has no equal.






I built many different variants of the destroyer model. Differences in the main caliber artillery and missile launchers. The height of the board turned out to be high for the selected scale, but in general the boat looks quite harmonious :)






I am especially proud that I managed to squeeze two quad missile launchers on such a small scale! :)





Full hull version.




Joint photo with 1:350 scale Sovremenny-class destroyer.




Real brick version. My model is built in the scale of 1:700, for the construction took only 193 (147 - above waterline) bricks.

I hope You liked this ship! :)






Comments

 I made it 
  October 13, 2015
Quoting Sam Sanister So tiny, yet so accurate!
Thank you, Sam!
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  October 12, 2015
So tiny, yet so accurate!
Seaman SPb
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Matt Bace
  October 10, 2015
Nice job once again. One of the consistent and distinguishing features of many of the Soviet ships is the sloped missile tubes on the sides, and I'm glad to see that you have managed to capture that here, even at this very reduced scale.
 I made it 
  October 10, 2015
Quoting Jimmie Martinez Another fantastic addition to your amazing fleet. BOAJEWD.
Thank you, Jimmie!
 I like it 
  October 10, 2015
Another fantastic addition to your amazing fleet. BOAJEWD.
 I made it 
  October 10, 2015
Quoting Locutus 666 Great one. Have a Sovremeny class in 1/700 too! :)
Thanks, Locutus!
 I like it 
  October 10, 2015
Great one. Have a Sovremeny class in 1/700 too! :)
 I made it 
  October 10, 2015
Quoting Matt Bace Nice job once again. One of the consistent and distinguishing features of many of the Soviet ships is the sloped missile tubes on the sides, and I'm glad to see that you have managed to capture that here, even at this very reduced scale.
Thanks, Matt! With launchers had to torment - in LDD is missing some parts, which I usually used in such cases. It was possible to find a replacement on destroyers "Udaloy" and "Sovremenny", but to make the cruiser "Slava" in digital form I can not for that reason.
 I made it 
  October 10, 2015
Quoting Indy Beetle Nice shaping on the bow. Might I ask why you use green plating for parts of the deck?
Thanks, Indy! Russian ships have several kinds color deck. The most common - dark orange, but there are others - mixed dark orange and dark green here, and dark gray as that of NATO ships. I chose the one that in my opinion looks better on the model at this scale.
 I like it 
  October 10, 2015
Nice shaping on the bow. Might I ask why you use green plating for parts of the deck?
 
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