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Post subject: BB1987 WorklistPosted: September 1st, 2012, 12:47 pm
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As of August 21th 2016 this is a list of ships i've drawn and i would like to draw in the short or long term.

completed drawings are blue, started ones in red, green ones got enough sources to be started next.


Aircraft Carriers:
Japan - G6/G8 Class Carrier designs (also known as proto-Soryu) - Link
Japan - Taiho Fleet Carrier - Link
Japan - G-15 Class Carrier (Kai-Taiho) - Link
Japan - Zuiho Light Carrier
Japan - Ryujo Light Carrier
Japan - Chitose Light Carrier (also in previous seaplane tender configuration)
Japan - Ibuki Light Carrier
Japan - Yamashio Maru Class Escort Carrier - Link
Japan - Taiyo Class Escort Carrier
Japan - Kaiyo Escort Carrier
Japan - Shinyo Escort Carrier - Link
Japan - Shimane Maru Escort Carrier - Link

Battleships:
Japan - Kongo Class Battleship (except for Hiei as of 1942)
Japan - Fuso Class Battleship (update for Fuso, new drawing for Yamashiro) - Link
Japan - Ise Class Battleship (both BB and BCV versions) - Link
Japan - Nagato Class Battleship - Link Redux Link
Japan - Tosa Class Battleship - Link
Japan - Kii Class Battleship - Link
Japan - Battleship B – 12x16-inch in 4 triple mounts (Kii class variant) - Link
Japan - Battleship C – 12x16-inch in 2 twin, 2 triple mounts (Kii class variant) - Link
Japan - Battleship D – 12x16-inch in 6 twin mounts (Kii class variant) - Link
Japan - Battleship E – 12x16-inch in 3 quad mounts (Kii class variant) - Link
Japan - Battleship F – 12x16-inch in 2 quad, 2 twin mounts (Kii class variant) - Link
Japan - Battleship G – 14x16-inch in 3 twin, 2 quad mounts (Kii class variant) - Link
Japan - Battleship H – 14x16-inch in 1 twin, 3 quad (N°13 class variant) - Link
Japan - Battleship I - 16x16-inch in 4 quad mounts (Kii class variant) - Link
Japan - Battleship J - 16x16-inch in 4 quad mounts (battlecruiser version of Battleship I, Kii class variant) - Link
Japan - N°13 Class Battleship - Link
Japan - Battleship L - 10x18-inch in 5 twin mounts (Kii class variant) - Link
Japan - Battleship M - 12x18-inch in 4 triple mounts (Kii class variant) - Link
Japan - Battleship ? 6x18-inch in 3 twin mounts (37 knots version of n°13 class) - Link
Japan - Yuzuru Hiraga's 1928/1929 Battleship study - Link
Japan - Fujimoto 30 Project (1930) - Link
Usa - Montana Class Battleship - Link

Cruisers:
Japan - Ibuki Class Armoured cruiser/Battlecruiser - Link
Japan - Furutaka Class Heavy Cruiser - Link
Japan - Aoba Class Heavy Cruiser - Link
Japan - Myoko Class Heavy Cruiser - Link Redux here - Link
Japan - Takao Class Heavy Cruiser - Link
Japan - Mogami Class Heavy Cruiser - Link
Japan - Tone Class Heavy Cruiser - Link
Japan - Ibuki Class Heavy Cruiser - Link
Japan - Tenryuu Class Light Cruiser
Japan - Nagara Class Light Cruiser - Link
Japan - Sendai Class Light Cruiser - Link
Japan - Preliminar Agano (C-39) Class Light Cruiser - Link
Japan - Agano Class Light Cruiser - Link
Japan - Kai Agano (C-44) Class Light Cruiser - Link
Japan - Oyodo Class Light Cruiser - Link

Destroyers:
Japan - IJN Yamakaze (Umikaze Class) - Link
Japan - Sakura Class Destroyer - Link
Japan - Kaba Class Destroyer - Link
Japan - Isokaze Class Destroyer - Link
Japan - Minekaze/Kamikaze Class Destroyer - Link
Japan - Mutsuki Class Destroyer
Japan - Hatsuharu Class Destroyer - Link
Japan - Shiratsuyu Class Destroyer - Link
Japan - Asashio Class Destroyer - Link
Japan - Yuugumo Class destroyer
Japan - Shimakaze
Japan - Matsu/Tachibana Class Destroyer
Japan - Akizuki Class Destroyer (WWII) - Link
Japan - Hatsuyuki Class Destroyer
Japan - Atago Class Guided Missile Destroyer - Link
USA - Arleigh burke Class, DDG-97 Halsey - Link

DE/Frigates:
Japan - Momi/Wakatake 2nd Class Destroyer - Link (could be considered as escorts for WWII and post standards)
Japan - Ishikari Destroyer Escort
Japan - Yubari Class Destroyer Escort
Japan - Abukuma class Destroyer Escort

Submarines:
Russia - Oscar II Class - Link

Other units:
Japan - CH1 Class Subchaser - Link
Japan - CH4 Class Subchaser - Link
Japan - CH28 Class Subchaser
Japan - Shimushu Class Kaibokan - Link
Japan - Etorofu Class Kaibokan - Link
Japan - Mikura Class Kaibokan - Link
Japan - Ukuru Class Kaibokan
Japan - Hiburi Class Kaibokan
Japan - Type C Class Kaibokan
Japan - Type D Class Kaibokan
Japan - Chidori Class Torpedo Boat - Link
Japan - Otori Class Torpedo Boat - Link
Japan - W-1 Class Minesweeper - Link
Japan - W-5 Class Minesweeper - Link
Japan - W-13 Class Minesweeper - Link
Japan - Tsubame Class Minelayer
Japan - Natsushima Class Minelayer - Link
Japan - Sokuten Class Minelayer - Link
Japan - Kamishima Class Minelayer
Japan - Jingei Class submarine Tender
Japan - repair ship Akashi



FD Scale airplanes:
EU - Airbus A300-all models - Link
EU - Airbus A310-all models - Link
EU - Airbus A318/319/320/321 - Link
EU - Airbus A319/320/321 NEO - Link
EU - Airbus A330-all models - Link
EU - Airbus A330-500 (never built) - Link
EU - Airbus A380 - EA engines - Link
EU - Airbus A380plus - Link
USA - Boeing 707-all models - Link
USA - Boeing 720-all models - Link
USA - Boeing 727-100/200 - Link
USA - Boeing 727-300 (never built) - Link
USA - Boeing 737-all models - Link
USA - Boeing 747-all models - Link
USA - Boeing 747-Trijet (never built) - Link
USA - Boeing 747-400QLR (never built) - Link
USA - Boeing 747-ASB (never built) - Link
USA - Boeing 747-500/-600 (never built) - Link
USA - Boeing 747-X/-Xstretch (never built) - Link
USA - Boeing 757-all models - Link
USA - Boeing 767-all models - Link
USA - Boeing 767-400ERX (never built) - Link
USA - Boeing 777-100 (never built) - Link
USA - Boeing 777-200/200ER/200LR/200F/300/300ER - GE engines - Link
USA - Boeing 777-200/200ER - P&W and RR engines - Link
USA - Boeing 777-300 - P&W and RR engines - Link
USA - Boeing 787-3 (never built) - Link
USA - Boeing 787-8 - GE engines - Link
USA - Boeing 787-10 - RR engines - Link
USA - Convair 880 - Link
USA - Douglas DC-4 - Link
USA - Douglas DC-6 - Link
USA - Douglas DC-7 - Link
USA - Fairchild-Hiller FH-227 - Link
USA - McDonnell-Douglas DC-10-all models - Link
USA - McDonnell-Douglas DC-10-50 (never built)- RR engines - Link
USA - McDonnell-Douglas DC-10-61/62/63 (never built) - GE engines - Link
USA - McDonnell-Douglas DC-10-Twin (never built) - GE engines - Link
USA - McDonnell-Douglas MD-11 - Link
GB - DeHavilland DH.114 Heron - Link
Netherlands - Fokker F27 - Link
Netherlands - Fokker 50 - Link




miscellaneous and own designs:
Usa and Japan - supercarrier-sized unreasonable battleships redux - Link
Usa - Montana class, Uss New Hampshire BB-70 1960 Talos conversion - Link
Usa - Montana class, Uss Louisiana BB-71 1967 Albany-ish Terrier double end conversion - Link
Usa - Montana class, Uss Ohio BB-68 1976 RIM standard conversion - Link
Usa - Montana class, Uss Montana BB-67 1985 Iowa-ish refit - Link


If anyone is willing to help sources and documentations are the most welcome.
Thanks in advance to everyone.

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Post subject: Re: BB1987 WorklistPosted: September 1st, 2012, 1:51 pm
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akizuki is on my worklist, and I might do murasame and takanami as well (as they are close to each other, and the old ones most likely only needs an update of their current drawings. http://www.shipbucket.com/images.php?di ... rasame.png http://www.shipbucket.com/images.php?di ... kanami.png)
that can be discussed though, the akizuki not :P feel free to mod the atago from my kongo though, if you want, I have no plans for her currently
I believe Erik_T has the forest sherman as WIP, so I would contact him on that (and there are a lot other USN destroyers and destroyer escorts missing, it seems likely some are unclaimed.
other then that, I can, especially for the japan folder, only applaud the effort of an new skilled member who can keep that folder one of the best.

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Post subject: Re: BB1987 WorklistPosted: September 1st, 2012, 2:33 pm
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Guess i need to ask myself why i never saw Murasame/Takanami drawing as i checked the japanese folder so many times :? that must be a consequence of beign sleep deprived (my cat loves waking me in the middle of the night) :lol: if you are willing to do the Murasame/Takaname within a short period from now i'll leave the lead to you, as i'm giving priority to WWII-era ships.
As for the Akizuki, i suppose you are claiming the latest version and not the WWII one right?
Also, the Atago is credited to "MConrads" who is he?

And finally, i will ask Erik about the Sherman, thanks for your help :)

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Post subject: Re: BB1987 WorklistPosted: September 1st, 2012, 2:42 pm
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Mconrads is one of the founders of shipbucket, and can be considered no longer on the board (he sometimes shows up...... but he was a lot more active before, you can see that most ships on the bucket still bear his name) when the drawings are as old as this one, and labeled mconrads only, it is mostly possible to redraw it just fine.
how short the period is I don't know, I am crazy busy right now but I draw when I can..... but I will do my best. and, of course, I mean DD-115 ;) sorry for not being clear on that.

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Post subject: Re: BB1987 WorklistPosted: September 1st, 2012, 2:56 pm
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No problems here, i've deleted DD-115 and given priority to you on Murasame/takanami :), i will also ceck for the Atagos DDG
Talking about US destroyers, i asked Erik_t about the Forrest Sherman, for the other ones i will check at a later date, if i'm not mistaken colosseum has made a lot of them, he could have plans for others.

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Post subject: Re: BB1987 WorklistPosted: September 1st, 2012, 8:08 pm
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You can do the Ise class (just note there is a different in length on both ship in this class, so much that Hyuga is almost is own class)

I will send you some refs as soon m dropbox is updated. And I can tell you that I have a lot of refs on them, from the time they was build to today!

edit: look in you'r pm-box! ;) 8-)


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Post subject: Re: BB1987 WorklistPosted: September 1st, 2012, 9:10 pm
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Thanks Heuhen, i have a PM for you too. :)

edit: added the Atago DDG

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Post subject: Re: BB1987 WorklistPosted: September 11th, 2012, 2:33 pm
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Added the Mogami CA, Ibuki CA, all Minekaze DD family, Fubuki DD, Hatsuharu DD, Shiratsuyu DD, Asashio DD and Momi/Wakatake 2nd class DD

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Post subject: Re: BB1987 WorklistPosted: September 11th, 2012, 4:06 pm
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I started on the Allen M. Sumner and Gearing class destroyers but lost time/interest. I have partial drawings of the Sumner if you wanted to work on those.

There are no ships that I have a "claim" placed on. If you want to draw something, just go ahead and draw it!

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Post subject: Re: BB1987 WorklistPosted: September 11th, 2012, 4:22 pm
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Well, why not? at your discretion.
And feel free to reclaim them whenever you change your mind and decide to work back on them.

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