Artwork of 35ft long model ANTR

Milos Grkovic

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Two of my drawings of the A Night to Remember 35ft long Titanic model. Both traditional and digital. :)
 

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Milos Grkovic

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With both of my drawings, I tried to stay close to the original model (below image/that was burnt down along with the set after the production for the next moving picture/film), but I did my best. Feedback appreciated. :)
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Milos Grkovic

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My original sketch of the model I did last year. It's not perfect as the funnels are not the height as the original as well as the hull being a little bit larger.
 

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Jason D. Tiller

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Milos,

I think your drawings are excellent, as they mirror the model used in the film perfectly. Well done!
 
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Milos Grkovic

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Thanks! :D

And yes, my art style really mimics the model used in the film. I tried to do the same with the real ship, but the windows on A deck were a bit of troublesome for me to draw. So I went with the A Night to Remember model and it worked.
 
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Milos Grkovic

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Now, this one wasn't originally a part of the thread, but here goes anyway. My hand-drawn sketch of the segments of the model itself such as:
the ventilators in front of the No. 1 funnel (later changed to cowl vents),
the second class entrance,
the deckhouse around the cargo hatches
the shortened A deck cutaway in line with the one on B deck
Olympic's B deck windows and
Britannic's A deck windows (before in her HMHS livery)
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