Starting work on a Titanic Film


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I am no Titanic expert - far from it - but there are many on these forums who could you lots of
"do's and don't" ideas.

How about starting at the very first with a "long shot" of that vast Harland and Wollf drafting room with all those skylights ?

You're could make a set, CGI, or maybe use the original room depending on the budget. Then "zero in " on a draftsman drawing some detail of the construction.

Just an idea.

I wasn't able to get your " https/........." listing below.
 
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Hi Robert T Page, thanks for replying and thanks for the idea, I may go through with that. I filmed the Titanic launching as the 1st scene but that was mainly just a test for angles and testing some basic stop motion. The film will probably have some cgi/green screen usage too
 
Jan 20, 2020
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I am no Titanic expert - far from it - but there are many on these forums who could you lots of
"do's and don't" ideas.

How about starting at the very first with a "long shot" of that vast Harland and Wollf drafting room with all those skylights ?

You're could make a set, CGI, or maybe use the original room depending on the budget. Then "zero in " on a draftsman drawing some detail of the construction.

Just an idea.

I wasn't able to get your " https/........." listing below.
Woah you made your account 2 months and a few days before I was born
 
Jan 20, 2020
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I am no Titanic expert - far from it - but there are many on these forums who could you lots of
"do's and don't" ideas.

How about starting at the very first with a "long shot" of that vast Harland and Wollf drafting room with all those skylights ?

You're could make a set, CGI, or maybe use the original room depending on the budget. Then "zero in " on a draftsman drawing some detail of the construction.

Just an idea.

I wasn't able to get your " https/........." listing below.
Here you go:KTSP
 

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