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DG_Alpha
Post subject: DG_Alpha's worklistPosted: September 6th, 2012, 9:34 pm
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Hello,

These are the vessels/projects that I would like to draw in the next time (As of October 24th, 2015):

completed - In progress - future projects

Real Designs:
-SMS König Wilhelm (1869, 1896, 1897, 1908) -Link-

-Kaiser-class ironclad (1872)
--SMS Kaiser
--SMS Deutschland

-Divisionstorpedoboot 1886 -Link-
--SMS D1
--SMS D2
--SMS D3
--SMS D4
--SMS D5
--SMS D6
--SMS D7
--SMS D8
--SMS D9
--SMS D10


-Station Yacht SMS Schneewittchen (1905, ex-torpedo boat A) -Link-

-Bremen-class light cruiser (1904) -Link-
--SMS Bremen (1908, 1909 [Hudson-Fulton] 1912, 1915)
--SMS Hamburg (1908, 1916, 1922, 1926, 1937 [depot ship])
--SMS Berlin (1905 [July, August], 1908, 1911, 1928)
--SMS Lübeck (1905, 1908, 1917)
--SMS München (1905, 1910, 1916)
--SMS Leipzig (1906, 1907, 1912 [Shanghai], 1914)
--SMS Danzig (1907, 1908, 1911, 1914)


-Deutschland-class battleship (1904) (taken over from WhyMe) -Link-
--SMS Deutschland (1906)
--SMS Hannover
--SMS Pommern
--SMS Schlesien
--SMS Schleswig-Holstein


-Roon-class armored cruiser (1905) -Link-
--SMS Roon (1908, 1918 [as seaplane carrier])
--SMS Yorck (1908)

-Königsberg-class light cruiser (1905) -Link-
--SMS Königsberg (1907, 1914)
--SMS Stettin (1907)
--SMS Nürnberg (1912)
--SMS Stuttgart (1912, 1918 [As seaplane mothership])

-Artillery training boat SMS Drache (1908, 1912, 1916, 1922, 1927, 1937, 1944, 1945) -Link-

-Racing yacht SMY Meteor (IV) (1909) -Link-

-Artillery lighter Falke (1918) -Link-

-Light Cruiser Emden (1921 [as planned], 1925, 1926, 1934, 1937, 1940 [planned conversion], 1941, 1942, 1944) -Link-


-Research/survey ship Meteor (1913 [as gunboat], 1924, 1939, 1940, 1945)

-Königsberg-class light cruiser (1929) -Link-
--Königsberg (1929 [as planned], 1929, 1934, 1938, 1940)
--Karlsruhe (1929, 1932, 1938, 1940)
--Köln (1930, 1936, 1938, 1941, 1944)

-Training vessel Bremse (1928 [original design], 1931, 1935, 1939 [as HMAS Sydney], 1941) -Link-

-Light cruiser Leipizig (1931, 1934, 1937, 1941, 1945) -Link-


-German Interwar/WW2 Torpedoboat/Destroyer-classes
--Type 1923 (Raubvogel)
--Type 1924 (Raubtier)
--Type 1934
--Type 1934A
--Type 1935
--Type 1936
--Type 1936A (Narvik)
--Type 1936A (Mob)
--Type 1936B
--Type 1937
--Type 1939 (Elbing)
--Type 1940

-Flottenbegleiter-class, in several variations -Link-
--F1 (1935, 1938, 1942 [Libelle, as fleet tender], 1945 [Jagd, as fleet tender])
--F2 (1936, 1938, 1940 [as torpedo retrieval ship], 1944)
--F3 (1936, 1938, 1943 [Hai, as fleet tender])
--F4 (1936, 1938, 1940 [as torpedo retrieval ship], 1944)
--F5 (1936, 1938, 1940, 1944)
--F6 (1936, 1938, 1943 [Königin Luise, as fleet tender])
--F7 (1938, 1940 [as torpedo retrieval ship], 1941 [as HMS H23], 1945, 1951 [sov. Dubna, as target ship])
--F8 (1938, 1939)
--F9 (1938, 1939)
--F10 (1939)

-Training vessel Brummer (1936, 1940) -Link-

-Seaplane tender Hans Rolshofen (1937) -Link-

-Catapult ship Friesenland (1937 [as planned] (Link), 1937 (Link), 1942 (Link))

--as Castel Nevoso (1960s) done by Novice -Link- (Thank you for taking over :) )

-Kleines Räumboot (small minesweeper) -Link-
--KR 1 (1938)
--KR 3 (1938)


-Admiral Hipper-class heavy cruiser -Link-
--Admiral Hipper (1939, 1940 [Weserübung, Wilhelmshaven repairs, Nordseetour], 1941, 1942 [March, April, July (Rösselsprung)], 1943, 1944 [April, May])
--Blücher (1939, 1940)
--Prinz Eugen (1940, 1941, 1942 [Cerberus, Sportpalast, Lofjord, Zauberflöte], 1943, 1944 [early, late], 1945, 1946 [USN - IX-300])


-Flusi 1/Flusi 2 -Link-
--Krischan der Grosse (1941, 1943)
--Flusi 2 design (1942)


-U-511 (1941 [Missile launcher testbed])

-Mehrzweckboot 1943 -Link-
--MZ1 (1944)

-Test and training submarine Wilhelm Bauer, ex-U-2540 (1962) -Link-

-Class 430A torpedo retrieval ship
--TF-5 (1993) -Link-

-Class 205/205A/205B U-Boats
--U-9 (1967) (Small update only, original by
Darth Panda)-Link-
--U-11 (1988, as target ship)-Link-
--U-12 (1997, as sonar testbed)-Link-


Never-builts:
-Interwar Capital Ship Proposals 1923-1926 (aka Panzerschiff A / Ersatz Preussen) -Link-
--Design I/10 (1923)
--Design II/10 (1923)

--Design II/30 (1925)
--Design IV/30 (1925)
--Design V/30 (1925)
--Design II/28 (1925)
--Design I/35 (1925)
--Design VIII/30 (1925)
--Design I M/26 (1926)


-Kanonenboot 1938 -Link-

-Kolonialkanonenboot 1939 -Link-

-Ersatz Meteor (1938) -Link-


-German Interwar/WW2 Torpedoboat/Destroyer Projects
--Type 1936C
--Type 1938A/Ac
--Type 1938B
--Type 1941
--Type 1942
--Type 1942C
--Type 1944
--Type 1945

-Z-Plan large mine warfare ships -Link-
--Minelayer project (1938) (different variations)
--Minesweeper mothership (1938)


-German Aircraft Carrier projects (WW1+2) -Link-
--Flugzeugdampfer I (ex-SS Ausonia) (1918)
--SMS Roon seaplane carrier conversion (1918)
--Graf Zeppelin (1939, 1943)
--6000t CVL Design (Kleiner Flugzeugträger)

--Hilfsflugzeugträger I / Projekt 'Elbe Ia' (ex-SS Europa)
--Hilfsflugzeugträger II (ex-De Grasse)
--Projekt 'Elbe' (ex-SS Potsdam)
--Projekt 'Jade' (ex-SS Gneisenau)
--Projekt 'Weser I' (ex-Seydlitz)
--Hansa-C freighter CVE conversion
--Hansa-C freighter AVC conversion
--K VII class seaplane carrier
---K71 ship 'O' (1940)

--Long-range recon seaplane carrier (Flugbootträger für Fernaufklärer)
--Seaplane carrier (Seeflugzeugträger)
--Small Seaplane carrier for commerce raiding and submarine escort (Design I + II) (Kleiner Seeflugzeugträger als HSK und U-Boot-Begleiter)
--Small Aircraft Carrier (Kleinflugzeugträger/KFT) (1942)


-Admiral Hipper-class heavy cruiser (never-builts)
--Admiral Hipper (1945 refit)
--Sydlitz/Lützow


Any help and resource material is always welcome. :D

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Post subject: Re: DG_Alpha's worklistPosted: September 6th, 2012, 10:45 pm
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I have the Cap San Diego in progress. My drawing of her is about 35% completed by now.

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Post subject: Re: DG_Alpha's worklistPosted: September 7th, 2012, 9:32 am
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Well, that takes this that ship off my list. In case you are interested, I actually visited the ship last month and have a ton of photos. Let me know if you are interested.

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Post subject: Re: DG_Alpha's worklistPosted: September 7th, 2012, 9:07 pm
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Thank you. In fact I also have a large number of photos, but your help will be handy when I'll post the drawing. I'm sure you'll have some comments which will make the drawing better.
On another note I also planning on the Santa Ines of 1953, so if you have anything on that ship or the Santa Teresa it will be halpfull.

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Post subject: Re: DG_Alpha's worklistPosted: September 11th, 2012, 5:52 am
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If you're planning to do the German aircraft carrier project that dealt with converting passenger liner Europa, might we also see the liner version as well? IIRC she and Bremen haven't been drawn yet.

Very much looking forward to the start of the Emden thread!

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Post subject: Re: DG_Alpha's worklistPosted: September 11th, 2012, 2:14 pm
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Updated the first post.
emperor_andreas wrote:
If you're planning to do the German aircraft carrier project that dealt with converting passenger liner Europa, might we also see the liner version as well? IIRC she and Bremen haven't been drawn yet.

Very much looking forward to the start of the Emden thread!

-Matt
I'm not sure of the Liner versions. These aicraft carriers are big projects and I try to focus on smaller ships for now, to get some experience. Maybe I'll draw the liners, but like I said, they are in the far future for now. But if you might have any useful information, anything is always welcome! :D

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Post subject: Re: DG_Alpha's worklistPosted: September 11th, 2012, 4:36 pm
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I have plans for Bremen and Europa, and had plans of doing them, albeit in the long run. I think I also have a drawing of the Europa carrier conversion.

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Post subject: Re: DG_Alpha's worklistPosted: September 11th, 2012, 4:41 pm
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Well, I only had interest in the carrier conversions, also in the very long run, so you can do liners if you want. Also, could you show me that drawing you mentioned?

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Post subject: Re: DG_Alpha's worklistPosted: September 11th, 2012, 4:44 pm
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I will PM it to you as soon as I find it. My source material is scattered in so many directories, so... it will be a while :(

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Post subject: Re: DG_Alpha's worklistPosted: September 30th, 2012, 9:39 pm
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Light updates and added Seaplane tender Friesenland (1937)

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