Oh my, what is this? Why, it’s another light fixture from Titanic’s First Class Dining Saloon, of course!
You’ve probably guessed it before, but we’re working on the Dining Saloon in First Class (some people guessed the Reception Room, as some of the lights were the same as in the Saloon). This light is a little different than the other with it’s distorted shape and slightly different glass patterns. The previous lamp posted had five light bulbs inside while this one has only one. Both of these light designs were used in the Dining Saloon, with this light being used exclusively in the side alcoves.
Again, this is our high polygon version of the light. In our production pipeline, some details are modeled in high detail, surpassing what the game engine is capable of running, to allow us to visualize how they might look in reality and extract more detail for normal maps and ambient occlusion for our low polygon models, which will be used in the Unreal Engine, so they will still be high quality.
I’m so sorry about your mother, I’ll keep her in my thoughts and hope the best for her health.
I’m going to start methotrexate this week actually, so hopefully it’ll help me feel better and I can get back to being myself so I can post on here.
Thank you so much, I can’t express how much I appreciate it!
Thank you so much! Same to you, I wish you the best of health!
(I’m going to answer this now because I don’t want people unfollowing me thinking I’m not interested in Titanic)
It’s not that, anon. I’ve recently been diagnosed with rheumatoid arthritis and it leaves me very tired. I don’t have a lot of energy to do much of anything, even Tumblr as lame as that sounds.
Titanic is never gonna be something I’ll get over, my interest in Titanic is always going to be a huge part of who I am.
I just need to put my health first and I do hope you guys understand why posts are going to be lacking sometimes.
this blog is gonna be on hiatus for another week or so
hope you guys understand!
Happy 127th birthday to James Paul Moody, sixth officer of Titanic.
"… his [Ken Marschall’s] paintings almost seemed to be stills from a movie that hadn’t yet been made. And I thought to myself… I can make these paintings live. It became my goal to accomplish on film what Ken had done on canvas, to will the Titanic back to life." —James Cameron.
Hi there! Someone asked for close ups of this model. It’s from Titanic: The Exhibition, I saw it when the exhibition came to Sevilla, Spain last year. I found some photos of the model.