Russian armor

Discussion in 'Internet Finds' started by Vladimir, Nov 15, 2007.

  1. Vladimir

    Vladimir New Member

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    Hello all members!
    I am going to upload some models of Russian armor. The first is KV-1 heavy WWII tank and it's variants. Then if you like MLRS "Smerch" SA missile S300.
    So look to download area.
  2. cgutzmer

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    Thanks! And welcome t the site - what a super way to introduce yourself :D
    Chris
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  4. Dragos

    Dragos Active Member

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    I like your tanks!!!:thumb::thumb::thumb:
    Thank you! sign1sign1sign1
  5. Stev0

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    Very nice Vladimir. I think these models are straight forward.
  6. Panzerbeto

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    Very nice tiny models

    Those are really pretty ones.
    I wonder if you could reduce the compression of the JPG file, to reduce loss of detail, as I would like to make those in 1/72nd scale!!.

    Any chance of a SCUD-B, as it uses the same 8 wheels carrier????

    Thanks

    Panzerbeto
  7. Vladimir

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    Sorry, but all my models in armor section have the same resolution as the original drawings. I would have to make complete redraw to increase it.
    I am not going to build SCUD because MODELIK already issued this model in 33 scale and it is highly detailed. Maybe in some time I'll try to do OKA (NATO code name Spider) or Iskander - twin missile launcher. But now I have not enough drawings and photos for work. My next plans are Su-24 (Fitter) and Tu-22 (Blinder). I hope you will like them.
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    Wow a Tu-22 :thumb: Are you planning the early version or the later Tu-22M? I hope it will be the early version although it has a lot of curves to it.

    SteveK
  9. Panzerbeto

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    You could try SS-21 Scarab

    Seems very simple and I can send you a high res drawing.
    It's russian name is 9P129 Tochka.
    It has only 6 wheels and seems member from the same family.
    Let me know your e-mail to betocorr@hotmail.com

    Cheers and keep the good work:thumb:
  10. Vladimir

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    My model of Tu-22RDK is in progress now. It is an early version called in the west Blinder and in Russia "Shilo" (awl) for it's sharp nose. When I finish test assembly I'll publish it. Missile carrier version Tu-22 KD is also planned.
  11. loadmat

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    Vladimir-

    What section did you place your KV-1 under?

    Thanks Greg
  12. loadmat

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    Vladimir -

    I found it.

    Thanks Greg
  13. the4ce

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    Exelent work!:thumb:
    I love the KV Russian tank:thumb:

    Keep on the good work:thumb:
  14. Fishcarver

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    Vladimir: Nice Models!
    What scale are these?

    Jim
  15. Vladimir

    Vladimir New Member

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    about scale of KV

    I think there must be scale line. I'm to buisy now, sorry, but I think there are some dimensions on the drawings which will help you to adjust your favorite scale. If not, send me a private message.