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We're working hard on the future alpha tests and decide to show few ships "in work". Three beautiful steel giants are on the way to salty water!

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We're working hard on the future alpha tests and decide to show few ships "in work".

Three beautiful steel giants are on the way to salty water! :)

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Heh, mini-quiz - what are them? :)

Every ship is created with love and care. We use the best blueprints that can be found in archives, historical consultants are screaming and trying to escape when see us (they think we drinking their blood, naive guys :) ). If we've found something wrong on model - we immediatly put it back into dev process to fix.

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Very soon you'll get an ability to try them in battles.

Also, USSR warship Project 56a is in process again:

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Hope you like it. Stay in touch and we'll show the UI soon ;)

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HELLO_THERE_BOB
HELLO_THERE_BOB

Lookin good guys

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Volumed
Volumed

Sexy

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screendepartment
screendepartment

nice work!

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ShrikeGFX
ShrikeGFX

Looks nice, dont forget to bake the AO and put into the diffuse, that will change a lot :)

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ufna Author
ufna

Sure, AO adds a lot to image perception :)

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ufna Author
ufna

Thanks, guys :)

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Guest
Guest

Nice work!

When is it done? ;)

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Globalempiresoft
Globalempiresoft

I like the details of the ship.

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Blackcat1313
Blackcat1313

Dunno if you're waiting for someone to answer your quiz, but the first and third are Mitscher and Farragut class destroyers. Second I had look up...Knox class frigate?

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ufna Author
ufna

You're right, but we use names Norfolk, Coontz and Knox :) Farragut is a bit different.

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rocknroll237
rocknroll237

I like the attention to detail and willingness to get the ships as accurate as possible! Good job.

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