Evolution of The Lego Titanic
I used a string and I didn't try to hide it. Stop trying to point it out.
Link to Models here:
LOL. Forgot mah intro
I made no attempt to hide the string.... so quit your trolling. There wasn't enough room in the hull for a mechanism and just hoping it would break at the right angle doesn't work well. Besides, I'm the only person online (as of now) who has done this, so please quit complaining.
How to build an accurate LEGO Titanic
So one of the most commonly asked questions I get is how I build my LEGO ships. Here is a 5 step process in making an accurate ship
Decide on a scaling key. This will determine how big your ship will turn out. For example, LEGO Titanic 3.4's scaling key is "1 stud per 10 feet) This means that for every feet of the actual ship, there is 1 stud (A 882 ft ship will be 82 studs long)
Collect reference materials. If your building a famous ship, like the Titanic, there will probably be plenty of pictures of it online. The more reference pictures you have, the better your ship will be. The stern, bridge, top deck and funnels are usually the biggest influence on a ships look, so make sure to get that right
Build. It's usually best to start from the keel and work your way up, but there is no specific order you have to do it in. If you can, try to reflect some of the ship's internal structure too, if you want it to sink correctly (this includes bulkheads and hull damage) Finally, be sure to build your model in 2 pieces if you want it to break, and hold the ship together with a 2x4 on the top and a hinge on the bottom.
This is why I made this video:
1. I wanted to experiment with iMovie
2. I originally thought of this a while ago, so I tried making it and it eventually turned into Lego Titanic 1-
3 Compare and Contrast (Link Below)
3. I wanted to announce the makings of a 4th generation.
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Seattle Wooden Boat Festival displays a plastic Titanic model.
"Unsinkable" (A Lego Titanic Film)
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I just got a new water proof digital camera for Christmas and I really wanted to make a new Lego Titanic film. The people are even dressed accurately to the time period. I used my new microphone to record sound effects and voices. It took me a total of about 30-40 hours of work to make and I put a lot of heart and soul into it, so enjoy!!!
Special Thanks to:
*My Mom for buying me the waterproof camera
*Jkilts for helping me with a scene
*Scott Kidner for helping with lighting