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Karle94
Post subject: My AU WorkshopPosted: July 2nd, 2020, 10:38 am
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I've been hard at work building a multi-nation mediterranean fleet (including black sea) spanning all sides that are concerned, namely Great Britain, France, Italy, Austria-Hungary, Ottoman Empire and Russian Empire. Mind you that pretty much all of these are work in progress, and very much open to changes upon feedback.

Starting with the Austria-Hungary:

Reworked dreadnought Radetzky:
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Reworked 10 gun Tegetthoff:
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Ersatz Zenta light cruiser:
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Kingdom of Italy:
Dante Alighieri/Cuniberti ideal battleship fusion:
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12 gun Conte di Cavour:
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Rebuilt Leonardo da Vinci as a fast battleship:
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Italian 16x15in post-ww1 fast battleship:
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France:
10x12in version of the Danton:
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Courbet class:
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Bretagne class:
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Normandie class:
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8x15in version of the Lyon:
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Russian Empire:
Knyaz Suvorov:
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Imperatritsa Mariya:
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Imperator Nikolai I:
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Izmail:
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Bubnovs quad 14in battleship:
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Putilov's ultimate battleship (16x14in)
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Battleship Sinop (1917 black sea battleship design with 9x16in guns)
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Ottoman Empire:
Reshadi-i-Hammiss (1913)
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Sultan Osman I (1914)
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Reşadiye (1914)
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Fatih (1915)
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Great Britain:
Lion class:
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HMS Leopard (Tiger's cancelled sistership)
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HMS Courageous (Speculative super-Tiger)
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I would very much like some feedback on some of these designs, most notably the paint scheme of the British ships, as the bright colored ones are supposes to be 507C Light Grey, which most sources say has a bluish tint to the light gray, and the Lion painted in Battleship Grey, which is said to be so dark as to be charcoal grey.


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Post subject: Re: My AU WorkshopPosted: July 3rd, 2020, 7:41 am
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You have quote the eterogeneous pack of ships here. I'm not a fan of those Russian aesthetics but all the drawings seems to be be of great quality. I especially like the Ersatz Zenta, Da Vinci as a fast battleship, Agincourt in turkish service and the British cats.

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Post subject: Re: My AU WorkshopPosted: July 30th, 2020, 10:53 am
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I'be been thinking about the paint scheme used by the German navy duding WWI. According to pictures, this is what is should look like:

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However, I've come up with this paint scheme that makes a bit more sense:

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Which one would look best for AU German ships?


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Post subject: Re: My AU WorkshopPosted: July 31st, 2020, 5:33 am
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First off, great drawings!

Second, I think the second paint scheme looks better.

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