Posts:4448 Joined: July 27th, 2010, 5:10 am
As the tittle might suggest, this will be my last AU scenario here in Shipbucket. Or at least as far as it goes to these pseudo-soviet incarnations. Reason for that is actually quite happy as little golly is about to due in early august and something tells me, you can't just sit on your computer and draw ships, can you? Don't worry I still be doing some smaller scale stuff but these big 3 year AU projects might be in the past.
So here's is yet another turn-around in my Far Eastern Republic AU scenario. This time its sort of "free", it is not based on anything solid. Many of these planes are derivations of real aircraft designs but there is something of my own touch in each. I managed to get the combat aircrafts done and I will be moving to ships. There is no way I can get all ships done before August but I will post at least something...perhaps in due time I can continue and finish this AU.
So here is Part I: People's Revolutionary Army Air Forces:
_________________ Coming next: L/M Moskva, some research ships, pr.26bis, Pr.1144 remakes and Project 1143 complete redux.
Embarked on: HNLMS Karel Doorman A833
To do list:
-Karel Doorman R81 top and front view
-Karel Doorman Class variants (Chile,Belgium,Portugal)
-Jacob van Heemskerck Class (90% done)
-Kortenaer Class (touch up for current standards)
-Sachsen Class Frigates (10% done)
-Johan De Witt L801 (updating to modern standard)
Posts:992 Joined: December 26th, 2012, 9:36 am
First and foremost: Congratulations to the successful establishment of a Dynasty!
And don't despair, you'll be able to continue drawing. I was. They wake you at half past three in the morning and want to play with you for an hour. By the time they're done and fall asleep, you're all wound up and can't go back to sleep. Then you do what?
Ah, and interesting planes. A russian Carver, a Russian Alize, a Russian Javelin, a Russian Durandal, a Russian Vampire... and they all look like originals. I like particularly the CTOL MiG-23PD, might well steal that one. Well done!