What you're seeing below are images of my Titanic Wreck model, completely scratchbuilt using a combination of Styrene and Card. This is something I'm working on for a friend along-side my 1/350 Titanic.
So far, everything forward of the first expansion joint is coming along nicely and any paintwork at this stage will be a primer. I'm hoping to go for more of a glossy/wet look finish, to give a good underwater appearance.
The aft end of the bow section is being worked on currently and will be added shortly and eventually painted. There's much left to do, but for now I think I'm in a good place with what I have!
#6011, "RE: Luke McHugh's 1/200 Titanic Wreck Model" In response to Reply # 0
This model looks like an interesting build. The wreck models give you a bit of a "do your own thing card" as you can use your imagination to build different stages of decay I've the past 100 years. The glossy effect is pretty acceptable to me because it makes me think she looks rusty, muddy and wet! After all she is under water in the mud!