Looks good, but then again, I'm not going to complain after you've taken my remarks into account
The anchors, masts and rudder look better. Now that I see it in full scale, I realize that the top of the mainmast is not aligned with its lower structure. Mechanically, it makes more sense if the two vertical beams below and above the platform are aligned.
I've been going on about the armor belt, before realizing that the same lines were present in some of the related official drawings, where I can't explain them better than in your version. That's your design and your call, so I would understand you keeping features of the original drawing as such, but maybe you're interested yourself in understanding what this belt is supposed to be. Is it:
- the initial hull armor showing the differential thickness of the armor belt? In this case, the hull would probably be smoothed out on the outside, if only to improve hydrodynamics and helps shots glance without snagging on the edges of the plates. That would make the end lines of the armor plate invisible from the outside at this scale.
- additional armor plate added during a refit? That could make the borders visible like they are now, but then I'm curious about how you can apply add-on armor plate around the rounded stern and pointed bow.
- a torpedo bulge? in this case, the lines are legitimate but it could use some shading to better show the shape.
Again, not my forte, so you may want to get some advice from specialists in dreadnoughts in addition to my uninformed ramblings.
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: Soviet and other Cold War designs 1990-2020.