are large scale models of Russian / Soviet ships.
Soviet Union has a long history of having an engaging navy and
sometimes it rivals our own in the U.S.
have a wide range of diverse ships for different jobs. But still
make the traditional battleships, cruisers, and destroyers like
many other countries.
1:350 and larger model kits vary from older ships (some even pre-WWI)
to the more modern ships in their current fleets.
times it's been discussed what color the decks of the ships should
be. Photos show a wide range of colors, from red and brown, to
green and gray.
navy personel often say that the color depends on what color was
available at the time. In some rare instances, the deck could
even be two different colors - because they ran out of the paint
for the first color!
like to believe this is true since the Russian people always seem
to be very practical in nature - it makes sense.
what color you paint the deck of your ship model is up to you.
building a Russian ship model you will definately have an interesting
kit to show off!
Navy Udaloy Class Destroyer Severomorsk
Admiral Lazarev Battle Cruiser
Ushakov Russian Battle Cruiser
Navy OSA Class Missile Boat OSA-1
Detailed Radar Mast Metal Chains, Brass Wire and Metal
Shaft. Photo Etched Detailing Sheet x 2, and 22 Injection Molded
WWI Gangut Battleship
Soviet Cruiser Symbol of October Revolution
Navy Tsesarevich Battleship
Varyag Slava Class Cruiser
Severomorsk Udaloy Class Destroyer
Admiral Panteleyev Udaloy Class Destroyer
Navy Admiral Kuznetsov Aircraft Carrier
Sovremenny Class Type 956E Destroyer
Pyotr Velikiy Battle Cruiser
Imperial Battleship Poltava
Potemkin of Taurida Russian Empire Battleship
Case for Ship Models or Dioramas