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 Post subject: Re: Combrig News
PostPosted: Fri Sep 21, 2012 2:39 am 
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 Post subject: Re: Combrig News
PostPosted: Thu Oct 18, 2012 3:49 am 
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Hello Vladimir,
Thanks to Combrig for producing Le Terrible, especially as the French manufacturers are not doing too much to highlight their home Navy.
For the future, may I suggest to Combrig the French cruisers of La Galissonnière class in their early-war design with aircrafts, and also the new destroyers Horizon class and Aquitaine class. This for the 1/350.
For the 1/700, I think I already suggested the Mistral / Vladivostok classes (FR/RUS) : 2 types of ships in one box ...


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Hi
I was quite happy to see the announcement of SMS Szent István and SMS Viribus Unitis a few month ago in the 1/700 production line. But they seam to be gone in the actual list. Are they cancelled ? Forever?

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I was quite happy to see the announcement of SMS Szent István and SMS Viribus Unitis a few month ago in the 1/700 production line. But they seam to be gone in the actual list. Are they cancelled ? Forever?

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They are being worked on, but they are not the top priority right now. Eventually they will appear.


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PostPosted: Sun Nov 25, 2012 11:45 am 
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How about the Canada and Mecidiye? When do you think that they will be ready?

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PostPosted: Sun Nov 25, 2012 11:52 am 
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There is also a new book about the Mecidiye fitting to the announced kit:
Ottoman Navy's Cruisers
http://www.christian-schmidt.com/product_info.php?products_id=8646&osCsid=ph02f5d5jliu9gbasp8je3vs30

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There is also a new book about the Mecidiye fitting to the announced kit:
Ottoman Navy's Cruisers
http://www.christian-schmidt.com/product_info.php?products_id=8646&osCsid=ph02f5d5jliu9gbasp8je3vs30

I have the Turkish version of that book!

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PostPosted: Sun Nov 25, 2012 4:17 pm 
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Hello Vladimir,

When my current builds are ready / space on my workbench is given, I will start to build my collection of 1/350 ships of Russo-Japanese War of 1904/1905. Great to sea that Combrig has much of involved ships in program! :thumbs_up_1:

But because beside Hasegawa's IJN Mikasa (of which as far as I investigated relative easy sistership Asahi can be made) and your 2 IJN cruisers in program, there are no other IJN ships available. Is there any chance that there will come some further IJN ships of that war, for example Fuji class battleship or other cruisers and so on?

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I also bought the Turkish version of that book while in Istanbul. I've been waiting patiently for the Mecidiye kit for years now.


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Christian M. wrote:
Hello Vladimir,

When my current builds are ready / space on my workbench is given, I will start to build my collection of 1/350 ships of Russo-Japanese War of 1904/1905. Great to sea that Combrig has much of involved ships in program! :thumbs_up_1:

But because beside Hasegawa's IJN Mikasa (of which as far as I investigated relative easy sistership Asahi can be made) and your 2 IJN cruisers in program, there are no other IJN ships available. Is there any chance that there will come some further IJN ships of that war, for example Fuji class battleship or other cruisers and so on?

Cheers,
Christian :wave_1:


There are no plans to do Japanese ships at this time (that I know of).

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Hello Vladimir,

this is unfortunate, but ok, maybe someone other will do hopefully sometime. However, thank you for information. :wave_1:

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Do you have maybe plan to realese SMS Szent Istvan and SMS Viribus Unitis in scale 1/350??? :shipcaptain: A lot of fun waiting for KUK ships in scale 1/350.


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Lussino wrote:
Do you have maybe plan to realese SMS Szent Istvan and SMS Viribus Unitis in scale 1/350??? :shipcaptain: A lot of fun waiting for KUK ships in scale 1/350.


The 1/350th Viribus Unitis and Co are in the works. No time frame on the release.


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Dare i ask if you planning an Iron Duke class, and Erin, in 1/350 too?

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Dare i ask if you planning an Iron Duke class, and Erin, in 1/350 too?


They have the 3D models needed to make the master models, but it will depend on the sales of the other big 1/350th scale kits like HMS Tiger and others. If they are good enough then they will proceed with that.


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Just wanted to give a quick update about the results of the last year and the plans for the future.

Here are results for the shipbuilding program for the year 2012.

1/350
3537FH German Seydlitz Battlecruiser, 1913
3531FH HMS Indefatigable Battlecruiser
3532FH HMS New Zealand Battlecruiser
3533FH HMAS Australia Battlecruiser
3534FH HMS Tiger Battlecruiser, 1914
3535FH German Baden Battleship, 1917
3536FH German Bayern Battleship, 1916
3521FH HMS Lord Nelson Battleship, 1908
3522FH HMS Agamemnon Battleship, 1908
3553FH French Terrible Destroyer , 1936 (End War Fit)
1/700
70451PE HMS Lord Nelson Battleship, 1908
70452PE HMS Agamemnon Battleship, 1908
70458PE USS BB-13 Virginia Battleship, 1906
70459PE USS BB-14 Nebraska Battleship, 1907
70460PE USS BB-15 Georgia Battleship, 1906
70461PE USS BB-16 New Jersey Battleship, 1906
70463PE USS BB-18 Connecticut Battleship, 1906
70464PE USS BB-19 Louisiana Battleship, 1906
70465PE USS BB-21 Kansas Battleship, 1907
70466PE USS BB-25 New Hampshire Battleship, 1908
70320PE Yaroslav Mudryi Frigate Pr.11540, 2009
70455PE HMS Indefatigable Battlecruiser
70456PE HMAS Australia Battlecruiser
70457PE HMS New Zealand Battlecruiser


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In the projected program for 2013-14 we are listing the ships that are actively working on in some fashion or another. We will do out best to release them on time but don't take this list as gospel as things happen and some ships may be delayed and some other may be done before these. We may also add ships to the list if something catches the eye and we are able to do it.

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Russian Battleship Imperator Nikolay I – 1890 fit *
Austro-Hungarian Battleship Viribus Unitis – WWI fit
Russian Battleship Peresvet - Russo-Japanese War fit
Battleship HMS Victoria – Late Fit
Armored Cruiser SMS Blucher – WWI fit *
Russian Armored Cruiser Bayan (with Box261) - Russo-Japanese War fit
Light Cruiser HMS Glasgow – WWI fit *
Russian Protected Cruisers Avrora/Diana/Pallada – Russo-Japanese War fit
Turkish/Russian Protected Cruiser Mejidieh/Prut – WWI fit *
Gunboat USS Helena – Span-Am War fit *
Russian Destroyer Vnimatelnyj - Russo-Japanese War fit
Russian Destroyer Bditelnyj - Russo-Japanese War fit *
Soviet Minesweeper Yakhont class (Pr. 1265)
Soviet/RussianTugboat Project 1606/ Cutter Project 376 Yaroslavets **
Soviet/Russian Floating Pier Pr. Pzh-61 **

* Very close to being released
** Will be released as individual kits as well as a one set.

1/700
Winter/Spring 2013
Battleship HMS Canada
Light Cruisers HMS Glasgow/USS Gloucester
Turkish/Russian Protected Cruiser Mejidieh/Prut
Gunboats USS Helena/USS Wilmington
Soviet Harbor: Tug Pr. 733 + Tug Pr. R376 + Barge Pr. 371
Soviet/Russian Floating Pier Pr. Pzh-61 (3 sections)

Second Half of the 2013
Battleship HMS Victoria
Battleship SMS Viribus Unitis
Battleships Oslyabya/Peresvet/Pobeda
Re-mastering of some of the Pr.68 cruisers
Soviet SHCH class submarines (5 different series)
Gunboat Gilyak
Gunboat Bobr
Gunboat Otvazhnyj
Torpedo Cruiser Gaydamak
Russian Small Torpedo Boats of Russo-Japanese War

Working on, but further from completion and projected to be released in 2014
1/350
Russian Battleship Pobeda - Russo-Japanese War fit
Russian Battleship Oslyabya - Russo-Japanese War fit
Russian Battleship Tsesarevich (High-tech kit – with metal barrels, masts and extended PE set)
Battlecruiser SMS Von der Tann
Armoured Cruiser SMS Gneisenau
Light Cruiser SMS Elbing/Pillau
Light Cruiser SMS Breslau
Destroyers Pr.61 1-2 ships
Russian Russo-Japanese War gunboats and torpedo boats
Russian Russo-Japanese War minelayers Amur-Enisey

1/700
Battleships Marat/Parizhskaya Kommuna
Battleship HMS Neptune
Battleship HMS Colossus
Battleships of the R-class
Armoured Cruiser SMS Gneisenau
Light Cruisers SMS Elbing/Pillau
Light Cruiser SMS Breslau
Soviet Destroyer Leaders Leningrad/Baku
Soviet Pr.7 Destroyers

In addition to these we've agreed to cooperate with U-boat Laboratorium and we'll release any new kits that they will come up with. See their website for updates - http://u-boat-laboratorium.com/index.php?page=home.

Vladimir


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PostPosted: Mon Jan 07, 2013 8:22 pm 
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vladimir yakubov wrote:
1/700

Second Half of the 2013
Battleship HMS Victoria
Battleship SMS Viribus Unitis


Working on, but further from completion and projected to be released in 2014
1/350
Battlecruiser SMS Von der Tann


1/700

Battleship HMS Neptune
Battleship HMS Colossus
Battleships of the R-class


Vladimir

Sweet !!!


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I'll be buying Aurora in 1/350 unless there's a plan to update the 1/700 kit (I want that one too). And the 1/350 Blucher, the 1/700 Viribus Unitius and 1/700 HMS Neptune

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Russian Battleship Peresvet - Russo-Japanese War fit
Russian Armored Cruiser Bayan (with Box261) - Russo-Japanese War fit
Russian Protected Cruisers Avrora/Diana/Pallada – Russo-Japanese War fit
Russian Destroyer Vnimatelnyj - Russo-Japanese War fit
Russian Destroyer Bditelnyj - Russo-Japanese War fit *


Russian Battleship Pobeda - Russo-Japanese War fit
Russian Battleship Oslyabya - Russo-Japanese War fit
Russian Battleship Tsesarevich (High-tech kit – with metal barrels, masts and extended PE set)
Russian Russo-Japanese War gunboats and torpedo boats
Russian Russo-Japanese War minelayers Amur-Enisey


These kits are of full intrest for me ... in total nearly 40 Russian ships of Russo-Japanese war now / soon available in 1/350 (including other manufactures) ... my main area of intrest! :thumbs_up_1:
But still lacking Japanese counterparts unfortunately, only 3 ships until now (Hasegawa's IJN Mikasa and Kombrig's 2 armored battlecruisers).

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