RMS Titanic - The Sinking by ThetaGraphics ()
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Early April 15, 1912, RMS Titanic goes down by the head after striking an iceberg mere hours before.
This is a sequence of five images depicting different stages in the sinking. (Full view recommended) The last two images may be difficult to see, because the ship's electrical systems shorted out partway through the sinking. As it was a moonless night, the dark silhouette against the stars is likely what the survivors saw until 2:20 am, when the ship disappeared beneath the waves.
Titanic model by Digimation
Lighting and glow maps by me.
Image Comments (4)
Very interesting collage. I'm most inpressed with the reflections in the water and the waves. The last two images are scarecly visible - one needs to look at the large version of the image to be able to see the end, after the electricity shorted out. The rear funnel broke off, crushing many people, and the stern section bent as it reared up, but I appreciate this wasn't possible to do with the model you have. A good job in portraying the ship and its fate, particularily this set of images. Keep up the good work! :-)
A truly inspired series of posts....encapsulates the timeline of events in wonderful detail.A fine memorial to a tragic event.Your attention to lighting and scene setting show more than a passing interest in the subject, fine art that does you credit....bravo sir!! 10/10+