Rodina (Pr71A) CV 1/1800

Rodina (Pr71A) CV 1/1800 3d printed Miniatures Expertly Painted by Scottieevil
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Rodina (Pr71A) CV 1/1800 3d printed Miniatures
Rodina (Pr71A) CV 1/1800 3d printed Miniatures
Rodina (Pr71A) CV 1/1800 3d printed Miniatures Expertly Painted by Scottieevil
Rodina (Pr71A) CV 1/1800 3d printed Miniatures Expertly Painted by Scottieevil
Expertly Painted by Scottieevil
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Rodina (Pr71A) CV 1/1800 3d printed Miniatures
Rodina (Pr71A) CV 1/1800 3d printed Miniatures
Project 71 Soviet Carrier. I have rescaled this unit because I believe that the plans I was working off better represented the slightly larger Project 71A design. Thanks
cm: 12.556 w x 2.08 d x 1.466 h
in: 4.943 w x 0.819 d x 0.577 h

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Is the size correct? Sources I have been looking at put her at 195-200m which would make her about 4.3 or 4.4" and not 4.943" Apparently the Project 71b would have been 4.93" Supposedly based on the Chapayev hull (which in shapeways is 4.248")
October 10, 2013, 11:40 am
Yeah I hear you. This is what I uncovered (though not necessarily correct). Pr 71a (pre war CVL) based on Chapeyev hull tonnage 13,150 t 195m at waterline maybe 215 overall (roughly 4.5" I think). x 24m x 5.88m 8x1 100mm 4x4 37mm about 45 planes Pr 71b (expanded same design) was 30,600 tons 230m (about 5" long I think) x 28m x 7.33m (a second hanger deck was added making the vessel "taller". 8x2 130 mm and 8x1? not sure on that one and 8x 4 37mm total now about 70 planes. Both designs are correct. and yeah it is a little confusing because the sources are vague and sometimes do not make a distinction. I did use Jurgen Rohwer's book STALINS OCEAN GOING FLEET which is quite good (and in english ;))
October 7, 2013, 9:54 pm
@orestswystun Well, yes and no. I though the drawing I used was for the original Pr71 design, aka the Chapayev Hull. But when I got the miniature, it was just too small so I re-sized to the Pr71a dimensions. I have seen this second proposal called both Pr71a and Pr71b. But I have also seen reference to as similar design designated Pr71b that had different armament.
October 7, 2013, 3:33 am
Is the size correct? Sources I have been looking at put her at 195-200m which would make her about 4.3 or 4.4" and not 4.943" Apparently the Project 71b would have been 4.93" Supposedly based on the Chapayev hull (which in shapeways is 4.248")
October 4, 2013, 9:23 pm
@squint181: Could you put this up in 2400? All these obscure Soviet ships are really cool!
January 27, 2013, 2:30 am
Ditto, Awesome!
January 13, 2013, 12:39 am
Awesome work!
January 2, 2013, 5:47 am
 
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