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Frigates "Krivak" series, 1:350
Frigates pr.1135 (NATO designation - "Krivak") - a unique series of warships, held at the Navy of the USSR and then Russia, Ukraine and India since the early 1970's to the present. In total 49 ships were built, and the construction of a serious improvement is still ongoing.
About this creation


Originally designed as a cheap alternative to "Berkut" class large anti-submarine ships, pr.1135 ships were very successful, well-balanced, with a high degree of automation and good conditions of the crew habitat. Also, the project has huge reserves for modernization, as a result of multiple opportunities to improve the last ships.




At the far row - "Krivak I" (Project 1135 "Burevestnik", built 21 ships, depicted on the cover photo) and "Krivak II" (Project 1135M "Burevestnik M", built 11 ships). In the center - "Krivak III" (Project 11351 "Nereus", built 8 ships). In the near row - "Krivak IV" (Project 11356 "Talwar" class, built 6 ships for Indian Navy) and "Krivak V" (Project 11356R "Admiral Grigorovich" class, built 3 ships, + 3 planned)




In the Soviet Navy ships have played the same role as the "Knox" frigates (and then "Perry") in the American Navy.






Relatively small in size ships have a very dense arrangement of artillery, torpedo and missile weapons. On a scale of 1: 350 to reproduce all of this has been very difficult))) In the photo - "Krivak I". Distinctive feature - twin 76-mm automatic cannons.




My model is sustained in the scale of 1: 350, for the construction took 455 bricks. Photos in high definition in VK.






"Krivak II". Artillery enhanced by the installation of 100-mm guns.






Despite the fact that in the Soviet / Russian Navy frigates pr.1135 were considered ships 2 rank, they are often attracted to enhance ASW main naval forces. On the photo the frigate pr.1135M together with destroyer pr.956 escort aircraft carrier "Admiral Kuznetsov".




My model is sustained in the scale of 1: 350, for the construction took 446 bricks. Photos in high definition in VK.




Of particular note is the third series of frigates - "Nereus" project. Conceived as a Coast Guard ship, "Nereus" was designed so well that served as the basis for the vehicles of the following projects built using stealth technology.






Unlike his fellow combat ships coast guard are more brightly colored hull and superstructure, showing the nationality of the vessel.






My model is sustained in the scale of 1: 350, for the construction took 478 bricks. Photos in high definition in VK.




In the 1990s, for India was designed frigate pr.11356. From 2003 to 2013, six ships were built.




The ship's hull is made using stealth technology. Improved anti-aircraft weapons - ship armed SAM zonal defense and 2 CIWS. The ship was adopted supersonic anti-ship missiles "BrahMos".






My model is sustained in the scale of 1: 350, for the construction took 477 bricks. Photos in high definition in VK.




Given the success of the Indian project, it was decided to build frigates pr.11356 for the Russian Navy.




The ship set vertical launchers SAM "Shtil", as well as cruise missiles "Caliber".








My model is sustained in the scale of 1: 350, for the construction took 492 bricks. Photos in high definition in VK.



I hope you enjoyed these ships. Please feel free to rate and comment. ))
PS I want to say a special thanks to Matt Bace and Lokutus666 for POV Ray settings.



Comments

 I made it 
  January 22, 2017
Quoting Chad V Nice work - Love the detail and innovative use of components to represent the masts and weaponry - my favorite might just be the 8 tooth gear standing in for the RBU-6000. Also a fan of full hull modeling.
Thank you, Chad! The design of ASW-mortars invented Lokutus666 :) My version RBU-6000 is more appropriate in scale, but not so interesting, is mounted on the model of the cruiser pr.58
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  January 21, 2017
Nice work - Love the detail and innovative use of components to represent the masts and weaponry - my favorite might just be the 8 tooth gear standing in for the RBU-6000. Also a fan of full hull modeling.
 I made it 
  December 12, 2016
Quoting Jeremy McCreary As usual, you've captured these handsome ships beautifully, Seaman! Excellent write-up, too. The recent Indian version strongly resembles a US Arleigh Burke-class destroyer, though the frigate classification suggests a somewhat smaller size.
Thank you, Jeremy!
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  December 11, 2016
As usual, you've captured these handsome ships beautifully, Seaman! Excellent write-up, too. The recent Indian version strongly resembles a US Arleigh Burke-class destroyer, though the frigate classification suggests a somewhat smaller size.
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  December 11, 2016
Quoting Kurt's MOCs Beautiful model and presentation. I love the fully exposed hull version and the "in the water" hull too. Great details and I love the information about the different variants. Nice photomontages as well. Great work!
Thank you, Kurt!
 I like it 
  December 11, 2016
Beautiful model and presentation. I love the fully exposed hull version and the "in the water" hull too. Great details and I love the information about the different variants. Nice photomontages as well. Great work!
 I made it 
  November 1, 2016
Quoting Nerds forprez Such wonderment and detail on a small scale. So very well done!
Thanks!
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  November 1, 2016
Such wonderment and detail on a small scale. So very well done!
 I made it 
  October 27, 2016
Quoting Henrik Jensen ... Too bad your link to Matt Bace leads to a "blind alley", I`m sure you miss him too!
Slightly corrected link...
 I made it 
  October 15, 2016
Quoting Henrik Jensen Great presentation of these minature warships, each worthy of their own post. You`re clearly deeply dedicated to make these vessels as accurate as possible and you`re doing great. Too bad your link to Matt Bace leads to a "blind alley", I`m sure you miss him too!
Thanks Henrik! Yes, I very much miss him and his excellent work. Therefore I do not remove the links ...
 I like it 
  October 15, 2016
Great presentation of these minature warships, each worthy of their own post. You`re clearly deeply dedicated to make these vessels as accurate as possible and you`re doing great. Too bad your link to Matt Bace leads to a "blind alley", I`m sure you miss him too!
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  October 8, 2016
Quoting Indy Beetle Great work here Seaman! The Russians never seemed to run out of weapons to strap on to their ships. Though I do wonder what the use of having torpedoes on surface ships is in this age of cruise missiles and jets.
Thanks, Indy! Torpedoes - this soviet asymmetric response to the NATO quantitative superiority at sea. In Soviet ships used heavy 21-inch anti-ship torpedo "53-65" with the guidance for the wake. Effective means to combat them is not there. During the Cold War, the Soviet ships are constantly on duty near the US aircraft carrier groups. In the event of a conflict torpedo volley from close range was fatal. Currently, 533-mm torpedo tubes on Russian surface ships used to launch anti-submarine missiles, unified with placed on submarines.
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  October 8, 2016
Great work here Seaman! The Russians never seemed to run out of weapons to strap on to their ships. Though I do wonder what the use of having torpedoes on surface ships is in this age of cruise missiles and jets.
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  October 8, 2016
Thank you, Nick! Scale 1: 350 I like and that's why - a model produced small size. You can easily do something for friends - do not take much space on the table :)
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  October 8, 2016
These are great looking ships, they pull off the trick of looking at first glance like much bigger models, such is the skill in the detailing.
 I made it 
  October 7, 2016
Quoting D H Great job on this round of ships! I especially like the coloring of the one with the red white and blue stripes!
Thanks man! ))
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  October 7, 2016
Great job on this round of ships! I especially like the coloring of the one with the red white and blue stripes!
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  October 7, 2016
Quoting Clayton Marchetti Outstanding work!
Thanks, Clayton!
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  October 6, 2016
Outstanding work!
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  October 6, 2016
Quoting Locutus 666 Excellent builds!! Like them all! :)
Thanks, Locutus! :)
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  October 6, 2016
Quoting Brick Mason All well done, my fave is the coast guard ship
Thank you for comment!
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  October 6, 2016
Excellent builds!! Like them all! :)
 
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