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Gadjung

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This is my entry. 
The Imperial Russian Navy commissioned the building of a new class of battleship which was built in France in the late 1900s. This first of class battleship was named Tsesarevich (Successor, prince who is first in line for the Russian throne) and was the basis for the Borodino-class. After commissioning, the Tsesarevich was assigned to the Pacific fleet where it would participate in the Russo-Japanese War.

Model with factory included photo etch (lots of it). And in "black" battle camo.

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Nice to see you join in buddy ... and a ship cool, il look forward to seeing this being built up, never saw one being done before
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Nice subject you got there.

Happy building!

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That ship looks brutal!!

Nice choice, will follow!

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Gadjung

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Thanks! [smile] I think, in addition, i go for Eduard ship crew, for 1/350. To add a little life to the model. 
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Nice, I like this GB already. Lots of different subjects. will follow the boat build
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Nice to see some Naval Architecture aboard this GB [smile]
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SUBSCRIBED....this should be great!
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I think, in addition, i go for Eduard ship crew, for 1/350. To add a little life to the model. 


Sounds like a great idea!

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A crew would be great, then you don't have a "ghost" ship!
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Dangermouse

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Nice to see a good old battleship, looking forward to see this develop, good luck with your build.
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Gadjung

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Some pics of a hull and dry fitted deck. Nice hull shape! Very rounded.

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Dangermouse

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Wow, I like it.

If you don't mind me saying, that would be perfect for a Steam Punk conversion. This kit is on my wish list, the possibilities. ...

What do you think Paul ? SciFi Victorian Steam Punk AD 3500...

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Very nice looking hull!
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TedUSA

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That shape is very interesting and the detail is GREAT! at 1/350, its easy to see what is going on. Makes me want a ship model!!!!!
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