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Aircraft carrier "Admiral Kuznetsov", 1:700 scale
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First Soviet/Russian aircraft carrier. 1:700 scale
About this creation
Tired of the bustle of DA3, I decided to return to his native Harbor ))
Cancelled DA3 category micro ships contained the specifications for the carrier, a length of no more than 20 studs. I decided to build an aircraft carrier of the minimum possible size, so that it had a real prototype and planes that can be seen. )) Of course there were much more than 20 studs, specifically - about 60.

I haven't built a 1:700 scale in a while, because it's too small. However, without false modesty, this time the result of the work I was satisfied! Perhaps this is one of my best ships at the moment. Although there is still work to do ))


CV "Admiral Kuznetsov", the first and only Russian aircraft carrier. Carries heavy deck fighter Su-33 and Mig-29k, trainning attack aircraft Su-25UTG, as well as various modifications of helicopters Ka-27 - anti-submarine, rescue and AWACS.


The design of Admiral Kuznetsov-class implies a mission different from that of the United States Navy's carriers. The term used by her builders to describe the Russian ships is tyazholyy avianesushchiy kreyser (TAVKR) "heavy aircraft-carrying cruiser" intended to support and defend strategic missile-carrying submarines, surface ships, and naval missile-carrying aircraft of the Russian Navy.



For take-off of fixed wing aircraft, Admiral Kuznetsov uses a ski-jump at the end of her bow. On take-off aircraft accelerate toward and up the ski-jump using their afterburners. This results in the aircraft leaving the deck at a higher angle and elevation than on an aircraft carrier with a flat deck and catapults. The ski-jump take-off is less demanding on the pilot, since the acceleration is lower, but results in a clearance speed of only 120140 km/h (7585 mph) requiring an aircraft design which will not stall at those speeds.

The "cruiser" role is facilitated by Admiral Kuznetsov's complement of 12 long-range surface-to-surface anti-ship P-700 Granit (NATO reporting name: Shipwreck) cruise missiles. As a result, this armament is the basis for the ship's Russian type designator of "heavy aircraft-carrying missile cruiser".

The aircraft carrier is "impenetrable" system of self-defense - 8 12-barrel CIWS "Kortik", 6 6-barrel gun mounts AK-630, 192 VLS SAM "Kinzhal", as well as an active anti-torpedo system "Udav" with 2 launchers.







Joint picture with 1:350 scale model


Traditional postage stamp :)


With the figure of a seaman for a scale. The construction took a little more than 600 (786 - full hull version) bricks.



Comments

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  August 24, 2018
Quoting Henrik Jensen Sorry I haven`t commented on this before, I thought I did, but just realized the smaller scale now. Really amazing to see the amount of details you have put into this miniature ship, Excellent work!
Thank You, Henrik! It's a brand-new ship. )) I started to build it in the midst of DA3, when I was able to come up with a tiny su-27, at least a little reminiscent of the original )))
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  August 24, 2018
Sorry I haven`t commented on this before, I thought I did, but just realized the smaller scale now. Really amazing to see the amount of details you have put into this miniature ship, Excellent work!
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  July 3, 2018
Quoting Oran Cruzen Excellent Sir!
Thank You, Oran!
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  July 3, 2018
Excellent Sir!
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  July 3, 2018
Quoting Jimmie Martinez Rear Admiral of the LEGO micro Navy is still bringing Naval MOC brilliance of the ways. This is leaving me speechless with the level of detail and true proportions of this scale. BOAJDTAP, 100/100
Thank You, Jimmie! Glad you liked it! :)
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  July 3, 2018
Rear Admiral of the LEGO micro Navy is still bringing Naval MOC brilliance of the ways. This is leaving me speechless with the level of detail and true proportions of this scale. BOAJDTAP, 100/100
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  June 14, 2018
Quoting Jack Sparrow AWESOME!
Thank You, Jack!
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  June 14, 2018
AWESOME!
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  June 12, 2018
Quoting Blaine R. Another accurate rendition!
Thank You!
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  June 12, 2018
Another accurate rendition!
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  May 8, 2018
Quoting Kurt's MOCs This looks amazing! All of the details and proportions are correct and it is built with a subtlety and ease that belies its genius! Well done!
Thank You, Kurt! Glad you liked it!
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  May 8, 2018
This looks amazing! All of the details and proportions are correct and it is built with a subtlety and ease that belies its genius! Well done!
 I made it 
  May 1, 2018
Quoting Daniel Ringuette Wow! You managed to pack in a ton of detail at this scale! Terrific job!
Thank You! )
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  May 1, 2018
Wow! You managed to pack in a ton of detail at this scale! Terrific job!
 I made it 
  April 28, 2018
Quoting Locutus 666 Excellent done. The skyjump remains as a big competition with Lego parts.
Yes, my decision is more like an English ramp at the aircraft carrier Hermes than the original. But I chose the variant that will look better )) Thank You, Locutus!
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  April 28, 2018
Excellent done. The skyjump remains as a big competition with Lego parts.
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  April 27, 2018
Quoting El Barto ! Nifty micro! Go Capitols! Different Kuznetsov?
Thank You! Yes, the new model will take less space ))
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  April 27, 2018
Nifty micro! Go Capitols! Different Kuznetsov?
Seaman SPb
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Patrick Boyle
  April 26, 2018
Woof! What a beast! Good work, as always. The deck markings are very well done!
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  April 26, 2018
Quoting Patrick Boyle Woof! What a beast! Good work, as always. The deck markings are very well done!
Thank You, Patrick! I remember Keith saying something like, "planes fly off aircraft carriers." ))
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  April 26, 2018
Quoting Gabor Pauler I really enjoyed the bow solution.
Thank You, Gabor!
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  April 26, 2018
Quoting Fell Skyhawk Amazing as always.
Thank You, Skyhawk!
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  April 26, 2018
Quoting Clayton Marchetti I agree with Nick. Is all there. Magnificent! Love the aircraft by the way.
Thank You, Clayton!
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  April 26, 2018
Amazing as always.
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  April 26, 2018
I really enjoyed the bow hump solution.
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  April 26, 2018
I agree with Nick. Is all there. Magnificent! Love the aircraft by the way.
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  April 26, 2018
Quoting Werewolff Studios Wow! Mighty impressive work here Seaman! If only the Cat's could make use of it :) Seriously though, a lot of awesome curves and NPU at play here!
Thank You, Wolf! If the rules allow it, the Cats will surely build something like this ))
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  April 26, 2018
Wow! Mighty impressive work here Seaman! If only the Cat's could make use of it :) Seriously though, a lot of awesome curves and NPU at play here!
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  April 26, 2018
Quoting Master Shifu Leo J AWACS plane for the icing!
Yes, small airplanes for aircraft carrier model is the most important element. Without them, it will look like a floating box ) Thank You, Master Shifu!
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  April 26, 2018
AWACS plane for the icing!
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  April 26, 2018
Quoting Nick Barrett It loses remarkably little compared to the bigger model, a thing like this would have been a huge asset to DA3.
Thank You, Nick! This for souls, not for DA3 )) I wanted to build this ship a long time ago. As soon as I debug its design, I will build it from real bricks.
 I like it 
  April 26, 2018
It loses remarkably little compared to the bigger model, a thing like this would have been a huge asset to DA3.
 I made it 
  April 26, 2018
Quoting Mark B. Awesome work. The details and hull shaping are excellent. At some point, I'd love to build one of the British ski-jump carriers, but probably at a somewhat larger scale. Too bad there isn't a DA3 category that this MOC would fit into, at least not yet. I'd love to build for such a category.
Add a category - let's build something )
 I like it 
  April 26, 2018
Awesome work. The details and hull shaping are excellent. At some point, I'd love to build one of the British ski-jump carriers, but probably at a somewhat larger scale. Too bad there isn't a DA3 category that this MOC would fit into, at least not yet. I'd love to build for such a category.
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  April 26, 2018
Quoting Doug Hughes Fantastic work! You are so good at distilling out just the right details at any scale! What part did you use by the way for the wings of the awacs aircraft?
Thank You, Doug! Buzz's wings are from Toy story. ))
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  April 26, 2018
Quoting Ron L. Mitchell As an American, I am used to the flat launch deck. The Continental use of a ramp at the end of the launch deck always looked odd! I understand the idea behind it, but question the overall effectiveness as opposed to the increased maintenance issues on the aircraft. Your thoughts SP?
Catapult is much more effective. Just still anywhere except the US do not know how to do them )) European ramp - for STOL aircraft.
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  April 26, 2018
Quoting Michiel Norp Hip hip Hurrah 3x, to the admiral of naval builds.
Thank You, Michiel!
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  April 26, 2018
Quoting Zach Sweigart What a beauty!
Thank You, Zach!
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  April 26, 2018
Fantastic work! You are so good at distilling out just the right details at any scale! What part did you use by the way for the wings of the awacs aircraft?
  April 26, 2018
As an American, I am used to the flat launch deck. The Continental use of a ramp at the end of the launch deck always looked odd! I understand the idea behind it, but question the overall effectiveness as opposed to the increased maintenance issues on the aircraft. Your thoughts SP?
 I like it 
  April 26, 2018
Hip hip Hurrah 3x, to the admiral of naval builds.
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  April 26, 2018
What a beauty!
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  April 26, 2018
Quoting BATOH rossi it's always beautiful on any scale! now you have to do it even in 1: 1!
Thank You! A small me even more likes )))
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  April 26, 2018
it's always beautiful on any scale! now you have to do it even in 1: 1!
 
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