Two videos for you today to mark the centenary of the fateful voyage of the Titanic one hundred years ago. Different angles and different styles. on is pen and ink and the other – longer one is in pencil.
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Hi~ I stumbled on your sight and after scrolling down, saw that you had instructions for drawing the Titanic. Homeroom At Home is an online resource for parents with lesson plans for weekends, summer, etc. I am pulling together my next one on the Titanic and would love to include your above illustration. I’ll be sure to check out the rest of your sight and look forward to partnering to feature your creativity and talent. All the best, Barbara
Hi Barbara, I’ve a load of stuff available on my my two YouTube channels – shooraynerdrawing and drawstuffrealeasy
hi i love learning about the titanic and i cant wait to draw the pictures
YOUR DRAWING ROCKS!!!!!
i am going to try can you give me any tips
or pointers on drawing titanic or just drawing in general
all the best Sean
Just watch all my videos!
thanks shoo :)
No ship so constructed or fiettd out or built of riveted iron will ever be built again, so it is a moot point. Further to that the great strides made in materials, safety and building methods around that time (WW one ect.) meant that those vessels were redundant almost immediately anyway. As she sank after what today would be considered a serious yet non-critical impact it is obvious the design was lacking. The serious flaws in design and materials are held as direct causes of the actual sinking because water could not be restricted to the area of damage, and the lack of lifeboats was simply ruthless economics that again specifically contributed to many deaths no, why would you bother? The luxury and splendour of the lounges, entertaining and dining areas are impressive in any age, but that did not save those unfortunate passengers when the ship foundered .Edit The power source and fuel of that time is far too expensive to consider today so again is completely impractical. A potential customer today will expect far different things than a 100 year old design can possibly deliver.
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