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Lego Titanic 2 Sinking (READ DESCRIPTION)

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Uploaded on Jun 16, 2008

I KNOW THAT THIS VIDEO IS BAD, SO BEFORE YOU START COMPLAINING AGAIN, WATCH THE NEWEST MODEL SINK. THE LINK IS AT THE BOTTOM!!!

Link to Models here:
http://dft.ba/-legotitanics

April 14, 1912, the famous liner, The RMS Titanic, hit an iceberg and sank in only 2 hours and 40 minutes into the icy Atlantic waters pulling with it the lives of 1516 with them. In honor of those lost, I made this movie.

How to build an accurate LEGO Titanic
So one of the most commonly asked questions I get is how I build my LEGO ships. Here is a 5 step process in making an accurate ship

Decide on a scaling key. This will determine how big your ship will turn out. For example, LEGO Titanic 3.4's scaling key is "1 stud per 10 feet) This means that for every feet of the actual ship, there is 1 stud (A 882 ft ship will be 82 studs long)
Collect reference materials. If your building a famous ship, like the Titanic, there will probably be plenty of pictures of it online. The more reference pictures you have, the better your ship will be. The stern, bridge, top deck and funnels are usually the biggest influence on a ships look, so make sure to get that right
Build. It's usually best to start from the keel and work your way up, but there is no specific order you have to do it in. If you can, try to reflect some of the ship's internal structure too, if you want it to sink correctly (this includes bulkheads and hull damage) Finally, be sure to build your model in 2 pieces if you want it to break, and hold the ship together with a 2x4 on the top and a hinge on the bottom.
Footnotes:
*Now see what you don't know is that 10 minutes before we were going to shoot, my model fell off the table and broke into a million pieces so I had to really quickly rebuild my 827 brick model. Thats why it looks so poorly done.

* I'm probably going to redo this video because its really crappy. It will probably be redone in spring or summer.
*Thank you to KyleShuf100 for suppling the pool.

*I made this from Lego Digital Designer and you can actually buy my model!!!

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