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Miklania
Post subject: Re: New Order Uploading threadPosted: September 4th, 2019, 11:39 pm
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The Freedom is a beautiful drawing, but there are a few things that should probably be changed before she gets uploaded. Since that drawing has been made there has been a newer and more accurate version of the Mk.110 mount drawn.

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The vents and intakes also need revisiting; in my opinion the ones just aft of the bridge aren't the right length, and they all should probably be darker. The drawing is missing the small exhaust ports in the sides that are the reason for the black patches, and probably the whole idea of painting her in camouflage. Holes and whatnot in the hull are also visible in some photos, and would make her look really well finished. The cavity for the anchor should probably be outlined in black on the sides and top. Color in general also needs to be examined. Particularly the area at the prow, which is the same blue-grey as the area around the bridge wings. That color could probably be less saturated as well to better reflect the paint used. There are also good photos out there that show mast details that could be added.

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Hope this helps.

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Post subject: New Order Uploading thread: Real Ship Brazilian NavyPosted: September 6th, 2019, 3:18 pm
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In 1972, USS DD-705 Compton was delivered to the Brazilian Navy after a complete machinery refit. Renamed D34 Mato Grosso, she received the Mariz e Barros Seacat quadruple launcher and kept it until she was laid up in 1990.

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Post subject: New Order Uploading thread - Brazilian Navy Real DesignPosted: September 6th, 2019, 3:26 pm
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In 1984, the Brazilian Navy began a program to built 12 corvettes derivated from a German OPV project. The first of them, Inhaúma, was launched in 1986 and delivered to the Esquadra in 1989.

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Post subject: New Order Uploading thread - Brazilian Navy Real Design Barroso CorvettePosted: September 6th, 2019, 3:35 pm
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In 1984, the Brazilian Navy began a program to built 12 corvettes derivated from a German OPV project. The first of them, Inhaúma, was launched in 1986 and delivered to the Esquadra in 1989. The Class was limited to four ships. The design was refined in the Barroso Class. It was intended to built four ships, but only one was completed after 15 years at the shipyard.


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Post subject: Re: New Order Uploading thread - Brazilian Navy Real Design Barroso CorvettePosted: September 6th, 2019, 6:35 pm
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pepembr_mb wrote: *
In 1984, the Brazilian Navy began a program to built 12 corvettes derivated from a German OPV project. The first of them, Inhaúma, was launched in 1986 and delivered to the Esquadra in 1989. The Class was limited to four ships. The design was refined in the Barroso Class. It was intended to built four ships, but only one was completed after 15 years at the shipyard.


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pleas post all your drawing in real design section of the forum, so we can comment on it. For at the moment it isn't what I would call: "good enough to be uploaded".


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Post subject: Re: New Order Uploading threadPosted: September 7th, 2019, 5:52 am
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Location: Rostov-on-Don, Russia
Country: Monaco
Category: Real Designs
Type: Cruise liner
Ship: Silver Shadow
Operator: Silversea Cruises
Date Depicted: 2019

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Country: Monaco
Category: Real Designs
Type: Cruise liner
Ship: Silver Whisper
Operator: Silversea Cruises
Date Depicted: 2019

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olekit24
Post subject: Re: New Order Uploading threadPosted: September 7th, 2019, 10:29 pm
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Location: Rostov-on-Don, Russia
Country: Great Britain
Category: Real Designs
Type: Cruise liner
Ship: Aurora
Operator: P&O Cruises
Date Depicted: 2000

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Country: Great Britain
Category: Real Designs
Type: Cruise liner
Ship: Aurora
Operator: P&O Cruises
Date Depicted: 2012

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Country: Great Britain
Category: Real Designs
Type: Cruise liner
Ship: Aurora
Operator: P&O Cruises
Date Depicted: 2019

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olekit24
Post subject: Re: New Order Uploading threadPosted: September 8th, 2019, 6:58 pm
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Location: Rostov-on-Don, Russia
Country: Spain
Category: Real Designs
Type: Cruiser
Ship: Velasco
Operator: Armada Española
Date Depicted: 1881

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Country: Spain
Category: Real Designs
Type: Cruiser
Ship: Gravina
Operator: Armada Española
Date Depicted: 1884

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Country: Spain
Category: Real Designs
Type: Cruiser
Ship: Conde del Venadito
Operator: Armada Española
Date Depicted: 1888

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Country: Spain
Category: Real Designs
Type: Cruiser
Ship: Infanta Isabel
Operator: Armada Española
Date Depicted: 1894

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Country: Spain
Category: Real Designs
Type: Cruiser
Ship: Isabel II
Operator: Armada Española
Date Depicted: 1894

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Country: Spain
Category: Real Designs
Type: Cruiser
Ship: Cristobal Colon
Operator: Armada Española
Date Depicted: 1894

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Country: Spain
Category: Real Designs
Type: Cruiser
Ship: Don Antonio de Ulloa
Operator: Armada Española
Date Depicted: 1895

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Country: Spain
Category: Real Designs
Type: Cruiser
Ship: Don Juan de Asturia
Operator: Armada Española
Date Depicted: 1898

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Country: Spain
Category: Real Designs
Type: Cruiser
Ship: Reina Cristina
Operator: Armada Española
Date Depicted: 1890

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Country: Spain
Category: Real Designs
Type: Cruiser
Ship: Reina Mercedes
Operator: Armada Española
Date Depicted: 1890

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Country: Spain
Category: Real Designs
Type: Cruiser
Ship: Alfonso XII
Operator: Armada Española
Date Depicted: 1890

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Category: Real Designs
Type: Cruiser
Ship: Carlos V
Operator: Armada Española
Date Depicted: 1900

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pepembr_mb
Post subject: Re: New Order Uploading thread - Brazilian Navy Real Design Barroso CorvettePosted: September 10th, 2019, 6:34 pm
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heuhen wrote: *
pleas post all your drawing in real design section of the forum, so we can comment on it. For at the moment it isn't what I would call: "good enough to be uploaded".
It was uploaded in Real Design Section in june 2018... I got no comments about them.

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pepembr_mb
Post subject: Re: New Order Uploading thread - Brazilian Navy Real Design Barroso CorvettePosted: September 10th, 2019, 6:36 pm
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heuhen wrote: *
pleas post all your drawing in real design section of the forum, so we can comment on it. For at the moment it isn't what I would call: "good enough to be uploaded".
It was uploaded at the Real Design Section in June 2018 and I got no comment. Sorry it didn't please you.

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