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G Shoda

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Friday, January 18th 2008, 11:10pm

Peresviet mein Modell 1/550

Here are some photos of my model of the old Russian predreadnought battleship Peresviet.

I hope you like it. It was built based upon very simple drawings I found in Tomitch's Warships of the Imperial Russian Navy with a few modifications based upon photos of the ship.

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Friday, January 18th 2008, 11:20pm

Here are the photos
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Friday, January 18th 2008, 11:25pm

Last 2 photos.
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Saturday, January 19th 2008, 12:07am

Very Nice! There's nothing that can't be made from paper :)

Peresviet is the sister ship to "Oslyabya" . There was one more, Pobieda.

Pobieda and Peresviet were sunk/heavily damaged in Port Arthur, and Oslyabya famously sank at the Tsushima.
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Saturday, January 19th 2008, 3:36pm

This is cute!! Put a ruler or a match next to it so we can see its dimensions. Must be tiny!!

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Saturday, January 19th 2008, 3:46pm

Excellent work, this model.

1:550 and still many details and wondeful to look at.
Great!

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Saturday, January 19th 2008, 11:47pm

Danke Oliver, Glue me, & Lars. Peresviet & her sisters were considered to have been an unsuccessfu designl. They allegedly were undergunned, were poorly armored, and were unstable. However, I have always admired look of these ships with their distinctive high freeboard.

Glue me, the model is 24 centimeters long. A photo is attached with a match for comparison purposes as you suggested.
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Sunday, January 20th 2008, 1:12am

Argh, that's cruel... As i see the match compared to the model, it makes the model all the more astonishing!

How did you manage to assemble all those small (i mean REALLY small) parts?

Quite a miracle, indeed!

I hope to see some more models built by you ;)

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Fertig gestellt: Forschungsschiff "Maria S. Merian"
Fertig gestellt: Seeschlepper "Vulkan"
Fertig gestellt: Troßschiff "Altmark" im Schwimmdock
Fertig gestellt: TS "Hamburg"

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