#4252: Is that really the Titanic? by Radar_rad-dude ()
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Image Comments (25)
miwi () 5:41PM | Sat, 19 June 2021
Can't be the Titanic, she sank on April 14, 1912 at around 11:40 p.m. But maybe one of her sister ships Olympic and Britannic, sorry they sank too. But it could be the cruise ship Symphony of the Seas. Wonderful scene,very beautiful done,like it very much!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
donnena () 8:24PM | Sat, 19 June 2021
We can time travel here in the Poserverse. Of course it's the Titanic!!
contedesfees () Online Now! 8:59PM | Sat, 19 June 2021
donnena has a point. String theory proposes an infinite number of universes in any of which similar, indeed identical, events in our universe may occur and be contradicted. In one, Oswald missed. In another, North Vietnam lost. In another, the D-Day landings failed. In another, Princess Di lived to a ripe old age. And, possibly, in still another (according to string theory), the Titanic never sank at all. And in still another, that vessel never got beyond the drawing board. The possibilities are endless, thanks to string theory.
Wolfenshire () 2:27AM | Sun, 20 June 2021
Endless perfect realities. General relativity reconciled with quantum physics. And thus the titanic floats again.
Koala44 () 4:48AM | Sun, 20 June 2021
The small boats will escort the Titanic, at least at the start of its one and only voyage. Very nice scene, I like it very much.
JohnnyM () 5:18AM | Sun, 20 June 2021
I don't want to be the contrarian but I think the ship we are seeing in this awesome render is a Titanic replica that has been built to the exact specifications as the original, by a very wealthy investor. His dream has always been to recreate the event just as it happened on the same route as that ill fated ship had. The only difference now will be...this investor will be the ships captain and he assures us the ship will not sink under his watch! He will be taking reservations soon for this once in a lifetime maiden voyage! Any takers among the brave here in Renderosity land? Please feel free to sign up with Bill at the ticket counter! Just to be clear all the comments above are fantastic, I just felt like adding my own spin to it! :-)
UteBigSmile () 11:00AM | Sun, 20 June 2021
What a cool Idea you had here! This new image is also very well done and looks simply beautiful, have a nice Sunday!
dragongirl () 1:07PM | Sun, 20 June 2021
So many teeny tiny people!! Always impressive. A great scene - land and sea! The Titanic looks magnificent. Such elegance and grandeur in scale.
madame () 2:34PM | Sun, 20 June 2021
What a wonderful scene, great atmosphere and beautiful reflections.... super image!!
bakapo () 2:58PM | Sun, 20 June 2021
Maybe it is and maybe it isn't. Life is so confusing. Good reflections and colors in this scene.
mazzam () Online Now! 6:17PM | Sun, 20 June 2021
A replica per chance. Or something they built for the movie.
mifdesign () 6:38PM | Sun, 20 June 2021
Wow, this is awesome!!! Wonderful composition, great atmosphere, brilliant render. Magnificent Masterpiece of Finest Arts. I love it!
jdwtrxk () Online Now! 8:07AM | Mon, 21 June 2021
You have great ideas Radar and I love the what ifs....think the Titanic replica has been delayed but getting started again. Might be two. Also saw in comments a note about Britannic and Olympic. All three ran into things. Britannic struck a mine (or hit by a torpedo) in the Med during the First War and Olympic collided with a British cruiser early in her career (Might have been HMS Drake) and much later the Long Island Lightship. Olympic tended to spin off screws as well. At least she survived to be broken up in 1935. You can buy relics on eBay.
RodS () Online Now! 8:58PM | Mon, 21 June 2021
And not an iceberg in sight! Very well done scene, Bill!
Oh, my.... String theory.... Oh, the possibilities!