Titanic Fanatic 93

Hi I'm Will, I'm nineteen years old and I've been interested in the Titanic since I saw the 1997 film Titanic, when I was four years old. I decided to make a Tumblr and post stuff about the Titanic. I hope to join the Titanic Historical Society someday.

May 14, 2012 2:35 pm

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The first class stateroom B-57 on Titanic, being tested in CryEngine3.

Modeled by Matthew DeWinkeleer.

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May 13, 2012 7:15 am 7:14 am
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Titanic’s first class Squash Court. The room extended between two decks, with the entrance and playing level on G Deck, and a spectator gallery (the large windows at the top) on F Deck.
Modeled by Matthew DeWinkeleer.
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titanic-lost-in-the-darkness:

Titanic’s first class Squash Court. The room extended between two decks, with the entrance and playing level on G Deck, and a spectator gallery (the large windows at the top) on F Deck.

Modeled by Matthew DeWinkeleer.

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7:12 am
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A render of Captain Smith’s sitting room on Titanic’s Boat Deck, near the bridge.
Modeled by Matthew DeWinkeleer.
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A render of Captain Smith’s sitting room on Titanic’s Boat Deck, near the bridge.

Modeled by Matthew DeWinkeleer.

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May 6, 2012 4:17 pm
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A render of Titanic’s First Class Reception Room on D Deck.
Modeled by Matthew DeWinkeleer.New carpet design by Kyle Hudak.
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A render of Titanic’s First Class Reception Room on D Deck.

Modeled by Matthew DeWinkeleer.
New carpet design by Kyle Hudak.

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(Source: titanic-honor-and-glory, via magnificenttitanic)

May 5, 2012 10:43 pm
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A render of Titanic’s first class stateroom stateroom B-54, decorated in one of the three Empire Styles used on the ship, and part of the port-side parlour suite. This may have been the room in which J. Bruce Ismay slept, as he occupied that particular suite during the voyage.
Modeled by Matthew DeWinkeleer.
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titanic-lost-in-the-darkness:

A render of Titanic’s first class stateroom stateroom B-54, decorated in one of the three Empire Styles used on the ship, and part of the port-side parlour suite. This may have been the room in which J. Bruce Ismay slept, as he occupied that particular suite during the voyage.

Modeled by Matthew DeWinkeleer.

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March 26, 2012 8:14 pm

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Renders of Titanic’s aft first class “Grand Staircase”.

Titanic had two Grand Staircases, though the aft staircase was less “grand”, extending only from A to C Deck, a smaller dome, no elevators, and a less-intricate clock. It did, however, have an elegant restaurant reception room on B Deck.

Modeled by Matthew DeWinkeleer.

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March 22, 2012 10:43 pm

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The tiling in Titanic’s First Class Dining Saloon.

Top: The full tile pattern.
Middle-Left: Tile fragment recovered from Titanic’s Wreck.
Middle-right: How the tile fragments would have looked within the saloon (photo of R.M.S. Olympic’s saloon).
Bottom: 3D recreation of Titanic’s saloon showing how the full pattern would have looked in the room.

(Source: bouncingdodecahedrons)