The Japanese Fubuki class boasted twenty-four units and was the world’s first modern and powerful destroyer class. Her lead ship was the Fubuky, previously named destroyer no. 35, who was a veteran of many battles in World War II in the Pacific Area. Fubuky class was part of a program intended to give the Imperial Japanese Navy a qualitative edge with the world’s most modern ships. At the end of the First World War, the Japanese Imperial Navy had begun to introduce the new generation Minekaze destroyers, which emphasized the torpedo armament and great speed. Same thing they did with the next class Kamikaze and then.
We made a very high detailed model of the battleship based on the original drawings. We also referred to historical photos to accurately reproduce the 3D model.
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The book is published by KAGERO PUBLISHING.
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