Discussion in 'Final Voyage Sinking and the Wreck' started by Itsstillthinking, Feb 17, 2018.
Not to mention Dwight saw them lower it right after he jumped so this puts about right
Here are the "Final" angles
Moment Of impact
10 seconds after
The View the henderson's had, Think this could explain his view on how the ship sank
Boat 1 was seen in Queenstown, as was 19. Ballard's book is great on images, but, from what I understand, the text is lacking in historical accuracy. BTW, Martin, I reference back-posts on ET a lot for help on books to read. Your posts have been very helpful to me, and I'm glad to see you back.
BTW the animation looks great!
Do you mean Ballards Exploring the Lusitania? I ordered that and should arrive tomorrow, supper exited
Credits sequence is done outside you know credits tell me what you think!
As funny as it is, when watching Tom's Lego video that his angles he used and they actually seem very accurate in a way
Also found this rare painting from Ken
I don't know if you're writing about the Lego Lusitania sinking in the swimming pool, but that seems very accurate to everything I've read concerning the sinking.
Most likely a bathtub XD
Are you referring to this?
While i love those videos, the short answer is No. These are empty lego shells which has very different property's than steel ships ect
They have basic bulkheads and ballast made up of many old pennies but like you say don't act in the same way as metal, (that being said, if only the funnels could float, They have made good lifeboats or rafts...)
If you interested, He has many a Lego SS Empress Of Ireland ...
Back to Topic (and more reputable sources)!
Just Got exploring the lusitania!
Amazing book, 300 hundred pages of pictures and paintings! A lot of pictures of the wreck iv never seen and even some paintings from Ken!
Just have to share some of these!
Iv never seen these first two before, hard to see in this
quick scan i did (Sorry) but its clear that the crack in the hull goes through the double bottom, had to have been impact damaga
Did quite a few updates to the model to match 1915 if you can look closely
This week, danger is looming ahead......
Did not render it in high quality until more is done
In the correct time frame
That looks great in respect to the camera placement and the animation!
Pre vis of the first 31 seconds, already fixed the lifeboats
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