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Mikasa-II by JanBoruta Mikasa-II by JanBoruta
Doodled it out of boredom during lessons. I corrected the contours, you can still find the first sketch in my scraps. I didn;s base on the real Japanese Mikasa battleship, but it turned out that it's pretty similar :P

I've got a space submarine sketched and ready to complete :ahoy:
Enjoy.
Tom :)
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WWII44 Featured By Owner Jan 12, 2013
You should do the Fuso or Akagi.
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JanBoruta Featured By Owner Jan 12, 2013  Student General Artist
I like them for their pagoda-style bridges, but they don't really fit into pre-WWI era. I'm not a fan of space battleship Yamato, I prefer older eras.
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WWII44 Featured By Owner Jan 12, 2013
Well the Akagi was a Carrier but anyway I understand. The IJN Ise is more WWIish as she was compleated in 1917 [link]
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SciFiRocker Featured By Owner May 31, 2012
It reminds me on the Space Battleship Yamato :D
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nigellus Featured By Owner May 15, 2008  Student
Would there be a space version of Tsushima? Nice!
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SWFAN6429 Featured By Owner Oct 2, 2007
Is that thing with tubes sticking out on the bottom of the hull part of the engine?

...that was almost a run-on sentance.....
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JanBoruta Featured By Owner Oct 2, 2007  Student General Artist
Yea, this is the engine :XD:
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SWFAN6429 Featured By Owner Oct 3, 2007
Well, it looked vunerable.....especially compared to all those guns everywhere....of course, I guess those are there to protect the engine....
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JanBoruta Featured By Owner Oct 3, 2007  Student General Artist
The engines are placed outside because there is no room inside... :P Yes, they are vulnerable, but they have som armour, though.
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SWFAN6429 Featured By Owner Oct 12, 2007
Well, that's better than what I thought at first...
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