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Jason KingSat Apr-14-12 08:39 AM
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#5773, "Jason King - 1:100 Titanic - FINISHED"


  

          

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.

Respect - TITANIC.














Jason

Jaborg 666.

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titanicmodelerSun Jun-10-12 11:20 AM
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#6080, "RE: Jason King - 1:100 Titanic - FINISHED"
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I am shocked that this is scratch built. Wonderful job!

>>>Michael

  

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RE: Jason King - 1:100 Titanic - FINISHED, dutch, Jun 18th 2012, #34
      RE: Jason King - 1:100 Titanic - FINISHED (stern), Jason King, Jun 19th 2012, #35
           RE: Jason King - 1:100 Titanic - FINISHED (stern), dutch, Jun 25th 2012, #36
                RE: Jason King - 1:100 Titanic - FINISHED (new photos), Jason King, Aug 19th 2012, #37
                     RE: Jason King - 1:100 Titanic - FINISHED (new photos), TitanicNut86, Sep 06th 2012, #39
                     RE: Jason King - 1:100 Titanic - FINISHED (new photos), William W. Young, Sep 07th 2012, #40
                     RE: Jason King - 1:100 Titanic - FINISHED (new photos), Justin Emershaw, Oct 08th 2012, #43
                          RE: Jason King - 1:100 Titanic - FINISHED (new photos), Jason King, Oct 09th 2012, #44
                               RE: Jason King - 1:100 Titanic - FINISHED (new photos), Justin Emershaw, Oct 09th 2012, #45

    
dutchMon Jun-18-12 03:22 PM
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#6112, "RE: Jason King - 1:100 Titanic - FINISHED"
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Hi Jason,

Truly beautiful, and very impressive...

Could you post some pictures of the stern?

regards, Dutch

  

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Jason KingTue Jun-19-12 12:01 PM
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#6113, "RE: Jason King - 1:100 Titanic - FINISHED (stern)"
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Hi Dutch

Thanks for your kind comments.
Attached are some photos of the stern during building and completed.











Jason

Jaborg 666.

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dutchMon Jun-25-12 09:44 AM
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#6118, "RE: Jason King - 1:100 Titanic - FINISHED (stern)"
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I'm really impressed by your craftmanship, wow!

I have a question though, I am looking at the deck house roof paint colors that you've used and compared them to the deck house roof pain scheme by Art. I see that you've made the choice to use lighter colors for the darker parts in the scheme. Do you have a specific reason for that?

Have a great day, Dutch

http://titanic-model.com/paint/Titanic%20deckhouse%20roof%20paint%20scheme.pdf

  

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Jason KingSun Aug-19-12 01:31 PM
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#6179, "RE: Jason King - 1:100 Titanic - FINISHED (new photos)"
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A friend took some new photos of my model last week. Here are a few, i hope you like them.











Jason

Jaborg 666.

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TitanicNut86Thu Sep-06-12 12:21 AM
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#6225, "RE: Jason King - 1:100 Titanic - FINISHED (new photos)"
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Pure Eye candy. Now if only you would do the Olympic and the Britannic as a passenger ship. That will be wonderful.

All the best!
-Alex

Ice is great for drinks but not for ships to run over or for us to step on. Please check out my home site! The BTRA! check my profile for it.
-Alexander C.

  

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William W. YoungFri Sep-07-12 05:19 PM
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#6234, "RE: Jason King - 1:100 Titanic - FINISHED (new photos)"
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Jason , Your Model is truely remarkable! People that visit your Home must just jaw drop.
Sincerely, Bill Young

  

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Justin EmershawMon Oct-08-12 07:41 PM
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#6264, "RE: Jason King - 1:100 Titanic - FINISHED (new photos)"
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Mon Oct-08-12 07:42 PMby Justin Emershaw

  

          

Simply put, beautiful model Jason! I do have a request. Would it be possible for you to post a picture of how you constructed the hull ribbing, rudder and central propeller framework on the stern?

Thanks!
-Justin

  

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Jason KingTue Oct-09-12 12:14 PM
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#6267, "RE: Jason King - 1:100 Titanic - FINISHED (new photos)"
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Justin

Thanks for your kind words.

I havent got very clear images but i hope these help. The central prop opening/casing was made from plywood that was the right scale and slotted into a groove on the end of the main upright 'keel' plate for strength. Then the wing prop bosses were made and the area between the frames was filled with timber and shaped prior attaching the plating. The rudder was made out of the same thickness ply as the central prop casing.











Jason

Jaborg 666.

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Justin EmershawTue Oct-09-12 07:43 PM
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#6269, "RE: Jason King - 1:100 Titanic - FINISHED (new photos)"
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Tue Oct-09-12 07:47 PMby Justin Emershaw

  

          

Thanks Jason. Ok so basically the central prop framework section is a different thickness than the main upright keel section. Did you use a cut piece of plywood to attach the wing props to the hull ribs? Also, how did you construct the framework on the top extended part of the stern above the rudder?

-Justin

  

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