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Olympic Class Sisters
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Published: July 21, 2013
All three sisters of the Olympic Class;
Olympic(1911)
Titanic (1912)
Britannic (1915)
Created after a year of research and drawing on MS Paint and Photoshop.
I've posted them before but this shows all three together one one canvas; I have it framed and up on my wall. :)
~Mike
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detailedatream1991Hobbyist Digital Artist
coolest ship design
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EncryptedAlicornXHobbyist Digital Artist
IT'S SO HARD TO TELL THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN OLYMPIC AND TITANIC XDDDD
TheDakotaStarchild's avatar
These are wonderful. I am always fascinated by the sister ships of the Titanic as well. I jokingly ask people "When did the Olympic sink?"
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JonathanBluestoneProfessional General Artist
Simply magnificent work.
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Thanks very much!
~Mike
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TheIdahoRailfanHobbyist Traditional Artist
They were so glorious! It’s a real shame only Olympic survived to see anything beyond the 1910s.
JDayton's avatar
Shame Titanic and Britannic sank. They were beautiful ladies.
alotef's avatar
Yes indeed! We are lucky that we can still visit and learn from them though, unlike Olympic!
~Mike
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Teeds427Student Digital Artist
Is Britannic the same class even though its lifeboats were modified?
alotef's avatar
Yes the three sisters were all the same class. :)
~Mike
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AceNosHobbyist General Artist
the propeller hubs on titanic were actually red but the blades were still bronze  titanic-model.com/dc/dcboard.p…

the funnels were slightly taller and had a more lighter buff color. 
www.titanic-model.com/dc/user_…
the anti fouling paint was a deeper red
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Hi AceNos!
The color of the propeller hubs and the funnels is still open to speculation, as is the Anti-fouling color. This is simply my interpretation.
Also I am sure I got the funnel height correct, having done much research on the matter.
Thanks for your suggestions, though!
~Mike
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AceNosHobbyist General Artist
Have you read the inquiry transcripts yet? if not here is the link to them: www.titanicinquiry.org


also after reading them, please tel me if there was any testimony regarding the third funnel collapse since i heard that people only saw the 1st, 2nd and 4th funnels fall but not the 3rd.

an article you may want to read concerning the Olympic class's funnel heights:

titanic-model.com/dc/dcboard.p…
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AceNosHobbyist General Artist
your welcome
Duncandu83's avatar
the astern A promenade deck was different on the britannic, the windows of the smoking room was not really like this.
alotef's avatar
You could be right, but I've yet to find any tangible evidence that the windows were different.
~Mike
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UrsusAureusHistoriasStudent General Artist
Very well done and professional grade 👍👌
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Thanks wingstopboy! That means a lot.
~Mike
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UrsusAureusHistoriasStudent General Artist
Of course :)
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Eugenius330Hobbyist Digital Artist
Great side views! They are very detailed.
alotef's avatar
Many thanks!
~Mike
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Thanks Captain Kip!
I joined your facebook group a little while back so its nice to see you on Deviant Art!
~Mike
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now which one are u? lol alot of mikes on Lovers lol
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