A few photos of my scratchbuild Titanic that i have just finished.
It has taken me 2 years and 4 months to build. The model is 1:100 scale - just under 9ft(3m). Sorry about the picture quality, I intend to get some better photos taken outside when the summer weather arrives. I will be sorting out a display case next.
I am please to have finished it at the time of the 100 year anniversary. I thank everyone who visits this site for their kind words, help in responding to questions and encouragement during this project.
It just leaves me rather fittingly to dedicate this model to the ship magnificent Titanic and all those who built her, sailed on her and sadly lost their lives on her.
#5957, "RE: Jason King - 1:100 Titanic - FINISHED" In response to Reply # 0
That is an absolutely amazing achievement - having spent the evening looking through your updates, I joined the forum just to be able to congratulate you on your skills!
At every stage of the construction, your photos have looked so impressive, and I've had to constantly remind myself of the scale - to the point of getting out a calculator and ruler only to be dumbfounded once again! The detailing is just beyond belief.
I hope very much one day to be able to see this model with my own eyes - it's very much deserving of pride of place in a museum.
#6223, "RE: Jason King - 1:100 Titanic - FINISHED" In response to Reply # 0
This is just incredible. You're model is so beautiful, something you should be very proud of indeed. Built with all the love in your mind, it shows in this superb model. There are few things in life that make me go OMG, but you SIR, have made that happen, "Thank you" Kind regards and respect. Pete.
#6391, "RE: Jason King - 1:100 Titanic - FINISHED" In response to Reply # 0
This is absolutely remarkable. You, sir, have perhaps created the finest Titanic model ever to be shown on this site. This is a museum piece of the highest quality. I am absolutely blown away by the detail and even more so, that it took you just over two years to build. Your work is of the absolute highest quality and skill. Thank you so much for sharing.
Jordan Morris great-great nephew of Titanic survivor Frank Morris