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TU-135 BOMBER
It's a version of the Tupolev Tu-135 strategic bomber project, the "flying wing" project of 1960 : Scale 1:44 -Span : 34,8 m ...79,00cm -Length : 50,7 m ...110,50cm -High : 7,50 m ...15,00 cm -max weight : 175 to 205 tons -powerplant : 4 x 19 600 kn with reheat -max speed : 3 000 km/h -armament : 1 x cruise missile and 4 long range air-to-air missile and 2 torpedo . -other Tu-135 projects had a range from 7 850 to 8 300 km at 22 500 m
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 I made it 
  October 28, 2014
Thanks a lot for your comments, feedbacks... i am really appreciate your taking the time visiting my page...and that means a lot to me
 I made it 
  October 28, 2014
Quoting killswitch95 [DEMON] i think i may have commented on this months ago, but still, you are one of, if not the best at making large scale military models using mostly Mega Bloks, you create such a smooth shape with a brick that does not have very many intricate refinement bricks like Lego has, im curious where do you live? europe, russia, USA? i would love to see you branch into tank making, im more than positive you could make a very smooth T-54/55, or later USSR tank with those blocks, and if you could do that, then any other tank should be easy, again amazing work
Thank you very much for your words ... I really appreciate it very much .... and I am currently living in New Zealand .... and if you looked at my website you will find a number of tanks and armored vehicles .. But what I love most to do is build a large aircraft ... Regards
 I made it 
  October 28, 2014
Quoting Builder Allan Oh this is awesome!! How i missed it, i don't know. First, i have to agree with the others that you are by far the best at building these large planes in full minifig-scale. It makes my puny SU 37 seem like a sports plane in comparison :-D This particular plane i don't know, but it looks quite accurate to me. The shape is awesome, and you have done a good job re-creating it. very awesome details too, and nice use of parts with the wheels for engines. Overall, really great work. Oh, i understood from your page that you were from a troubled region. I hope you and your family are OK and far away from any hot spots :-)
Thank you very much for your nice words ... I really appreciate it very much .... and also thank you for the question for me, thank God, we're out of Iraq a long time ago, but my family left the country a few months ago, but we left everything behind us .... Thank you again and I wish you and your family all goodness
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  October 27, 2014
Wow! The Soviet version of the US Valkyrie. Shame it was never built.
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  September 22, 2014
Oh this is awesome!! How i missed it, i don't know. First, i have to agree with the others that you are by far the best at building these large planes in full minifig-scale. It makes my puny SU 37 seem like a sports plane in comparison :-D This particular plane i don't know, but it looks quite accurate to me. The shape is awesome, and you have done a good job re-creating it. very awesome details too, and nice use of parts with the wheels for engines. Overall, really great work. Oh, i understood from your page that you were from a troubled region. I hope you and your family are OK and far away from any hot spots :-)
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  September 4, 2014
i think i may have commented on this months ago, but still, you are one of, if not the best at making large scale military models using mostly Mega Bloks, you create such a smooth shape with a brick that does not have very many intricate refinement bricks like Lego has, im curious where do you live? europe, russia, USA? i would love to see you branch into tank making, im more than positive you could make a very smooth T-54/55, or later USSR tank with those blocks, and if you could do that, then any other tank should be easy, again amazing work
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  August 4, 2014
Wow, superb work!
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  August 2, 2014
Wow, that's an impressive model of the TU-135. Great in size and detailing :) Perfect!! :)
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  July 18, 2014
superb! for some reason, it makes me think about 'firefox' a lot!
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  June 23, 2014
Wow! What a fantastic shaping. Deserves much more likes in my opinion.
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  June 14, 2014
Great model of a never-realized design. It must have been hard to find good drawings of the airplane. As I recall, the Tu-135 prototype was a competitor for the Sukhoi T-4, which in turn was designed to counter the B-70 supersonic bomber program in the US. The similarities between the Tu-135 and the Valkyrie are striking. I like your details and the inventive design of the wings. Great work bringing a virtually unknown aircraft to the Lego world!
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  June 13, 2014
Chindrooping, ehilarating epic! Most i like the cockpit-consoles and the awesome sleek shape! Welldone!
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  June 13, 2014
looks fantastic! very very good work!
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  June 13, 2014
Quoting Henrik Jensen A truly spectacular model! First, the size is impressive, but also the execution is quite successful. Especially the engine and air intake, and the fuselage transition to the large delta wing. Last a few things I think could be better: less air gap at the controlsurfaces, and a smoother transition to the nose-cone.
Dear Thank you for your feedback and I agree with you that it was the need for more effort and work ... and this is what I'll do in the next model Tu-142
 I made it 
  June 13, 2014
Quoting Yann (XY EZ) What a plane! I'm mind blowed by the styling and realism of it! 5/5 8-)
Thank you Dear
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  June 13, 2014
Quoting Nick Barrett Like all your aircraft, it's perfectly shaped with a distinctive style. I like this one a lot.
Dear Thank you very much for your comment. I'm not a professional like madphysicist Ed Diment or others ... I'm just amateur I would like very much to build huge models of aircraft
 I made it 
  June 13, 2014
Quoting jack kenyon excellent! I have never heard of this one, which is a first! Looks like either those pesky Russians were peaking at the USA or vice versa. basically a USSR copy of the XB-70 Valkyrie. Both stunning aircraft, well done.
Dear Thank you for your comment. I also liked the sleek and slim design of these bombers. As it seems clear that it was a copy of the U.S.bomber, but has not been built
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  June 13, 2014
Quoting Dr. Monster I just saw this on "The Brothers Brick" website. Very cool build. Absolutely beautiful. >> Thank you Dear monster. I appreciate very much your viewing pleasure on the world of brick
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  June 13, 2014
Quoting Gabor Pauler Excellent shaping!
THANK U DEAR FOR YOUR COMMENT
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  June 13, 2014
Quoting Locutus 666 Glory to the great USSR! :) Great build!
Thank you very much. Aviation Soviet replete with a lot of wonderful designs and distinctive Although it is difficult to apply in the world of bricks, but this is a challenge that gives pleasure to work
 I made it 
  June 13, 2014
Quoting Alucard DaBest Good Job, how long have you been working on this?
Thank you very much on the follow-up there, but the truer this model taking a short time does not exceed two weeks, after several failed attempts for a period of five months to build the Antonov 225
 I made it 
  June 13, 2014
Quoting Matt Bace Fantastic job! The shaping on this model is superb, especially with the slope of the fuselage, the engine inlets, and the exhaust nozzles.
Thank you very much my friend for your comment. Despite the existence of photographs and very little information about this model, but I tried as much as possible to show Model contours and distinctive designs
 I made it 
  June 13, 2014
Quoting Bill Ding I've never heard of this plane, but it looks awesome! It reminds me closly of the XB-70, which leads me to the conclusion that many Russian designs were based off of American ones (F-111 and Su-24, Concorde and Tu-144, F-15 and MiG-25, F-14 and Su-27, Tu-104 and B-47). Now you may think that some of these may be incorrest because some of these russian designs flew before their american counterparts, but perhaps intel was gathered. Oh well, most of these planes are outdated anyways. Anyways, nicwe bomber! 5/5
thank u mate for your comment and agree with u about Russian copy for American designs ...But when i looked about the tu-135 and found this model has a distinctive design lines... Thank you again for your value
 I made it 
  June 13, 2014
Quoting Michael K. Excellent as always!
thank u mate for nice words
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  June 12, 2014
A truly spectacular model! First, the size is impressive, but also the execution is quite successful. Especially the engine and air intake, and the fuselage transition to the large delta wing. Last a few things I think could be better: less air gap at the controlsurfaces, and a smoother transition to the nose-cone.
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  June 11, 2014
Awesome job!! I looks just like one!! I just read about those in History!! There sorta cool! Keep up all your good work!
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  June 11, 2014
What a plane! I'm mind blowed by the styling and realism of it! 5/5 8-)
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  June 11, 2014
Like all your aircraft, it's perfectly shaped with a distinctive style. I like this one a lot.
 I like it 
  June 11, 2014
excellent! I have never heard of this one, which is a first! Looks like either those pesky Russians were peaking at the USA or vice versa. basically a USSR copy of the XB-70 Valkyrie. Both stunning aircraft, well done.
 I like it 
  June 11, 2014
I just saw this on "The Brothers Brick" website. Very cool build. Absolutely beautiful.
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  June 11, 2014
Excellent shaping!
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  June 11, 2014
Glory to the great USSR! :) Great build!
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  June 10, 2014
Good Job, how long have you been working on this?
 I like it 
  June 10, 2014
Fantastic job! The shaping on this model is superb, especially with the slope of the fuselage, the engine inlets, and the exhaust nozzles.
 I like it 
  June 10, 2014
I've never heard of this plane, but it looks awesome! It reminds me closly of the XB-70, which leads me to the conclusion that many Russian designs were based off of American ones (F-111 and Su-24, Concorde and Tu-144, F-15 and MiG-25, F-14 and Su-27, Tu-104 and B-47). Now you may think that some of these may be incorrest because some of these russian designs flew before their american counterparts, but perhaps intel was gathered. Oh well, most of these planes are outdated anyways. Anyways, nicwe bomber! 5/5
 I like it 
  June 10, 2014
Excellent as always!
 
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