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Zvezda - Barco de modelismo escala 1:350 (Z9026)
- Longitud 345 mm
- Rompecabezas grupo Escena: Art, Fantasy
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The fit and finish reminds me of the models I built as a child in the 60s. A lot of flash, and bigger parts that don't really fit well (like the two halves of the hull). But I have seen worse, and it is manageable. So, it is not for a novice, but a person of reasonable skill can build a pretty nice ship.
The instructions show the right parts going in the right places (OK, I have not examined the blueprints for the actual ship, but one can tell, reasonably, that things are in the right place), and are pretty clear and well laid out. There are a couple of places where you really have to look close at the instructions to figure out where things go (in one case a ladder that comes up through a hole in the deck). I really had to search to figure that one out. But I did.
The other pro, is, of course, that you won't find a ship of this class and era from anyone else, and it is done well enough to make a nice display. Mine is almost done, and I will be proud to put it with my other models - even with it missing a couple of small parts that I lost in the carpet.
As for educational value, there was a historic importance to this ship - a battle that in many ways was part of the downfall of the Tzar and the rise of the Japanese military.
It is a few days later and I encountered a fairly serious problem in the final stages that required some serious reconstruction. The ship still looks good, but there was major impact on the appearance. On the decks that go above the main gun deck there are some little cabins. On the forward of these decks (just aft and above the forward main battery), there are issues with the proper labeling of parts such that the walls do not all match up in height. Since there is also an oval cabin that is not as tall as the cabin to the back, this is not obvious. It all only becomes obvious when you try to put the next deck on top of it. The bottom of that deck has some "prongs" that come down and make up the gap on the oval cabin - with openings that are supposed to be there. But here you also find out that perhaps the upper cabin should be on the lower deck and the lower cabin on the upper deck and the forward cabin on the upper deck has the wrong sides - there are two "unused" pieces that should be used instead of the longer sides that the instructions show. And don't expect the legs on the decks to come down and reach the deck below the way that you would expect. Had I caught this all in time, the end result would have been better. If you build this ship be very careful with the parts in steps 6-B and 11-A.