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“Tracks of White Star Line Steamers”: World map displayed on the back-lit notice board in Titanic’s First Class Gymnasium.
This map showed White Star Line’s network in 1912. Reproduced for Titanic - Lost in the Darkness by Nicolas Murgia. Nicolas has been using his talents to add more authenticity to the project with his accurate and photo-realistic textures, based on photographic evidence and period designs, now used throughout the ship in T:LitD. Many examples of his work can be found in our latest renders.
Map created by Nicolas Murgia
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“Tracks of White Star Line Steamers”: World map displayed on the back-lit notice board in Titanic’s First Class Gymnasium.

This map showed White Star Line’s network in 1912. Reproduced for Titanic - Lost in the Darkness by Nicolas Murgia. Nicolas has been using his talents to add more authenticity to the project with his accurate and photo-realistic textures, based on photographic evidence and period designs, now used throughout the ship in T:LitD. Many examples of his work can be found in our latest renders.

Map created by Nicolas Murgia

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A Special Tour Through Titanic: Renders of various first class staterooms

  • B-52, a Parlour Suite sitting room decorated in the Louis XVI Style.
  • B-58, decorated by H.P. Mutters and Zoon in the Louis XVI Style.
  • B-53, decorated in the Italian Renaissance Style.
  • B-81, decorated in the Louis XVI Style.
  • B-51, a Parlour Suite sitting room decorated in the Adam Style.
  • B-54, decorated in the Empire Style.
  • B-55, decorated in a more generic style called “A-Style” aboard Titanic.
  • One of the generically decorated first class staterooms on the Boat Deck.
  • One of the standard first class staterooms on D Deck.
  • A standard first class stateroom on E Deck.

Modeled & Rendered by Matthew DeWinkeleer.

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Sneak peek renders of Titanic’s first class stateroom B-58, decorated in the Louis XVI style.

Modeled & Rendered by Matthew DeWinkeleer.
Some textures by Nicolas Murgia

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Sneak peek renders of Titanic’s first class stateroom B-58, decorated in the Louis XVI style.

Modeled & Rendered by Matthew DeWinkeleer.
Some textures by Nicolas Murgia

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New renders of the Titanic exterior model showing some of the progress on the superstructure. Soon the funnels will be up, and finer details will begin to be added.

Modeled & Rendered by Kyle Hudak (bouncingdodecahedrons.tumblr)

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I’ve finally gotten around to working on my Titanic exterior model again for Titanic: Lost in the Darkness. I’m actually starting to love how it’s turning out so far.

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A comparison between the real Aft Grand Staircase on Olympic (near-identical to Titanic’s) and a render of the Aft Grand Staircase model for Lost in the Darkness.
Modeled by Matt DeWinkeleerRendered by John AtkinsonOlympic photo © Jonathan Smith Collection
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A comparison between the real Aft Grand Staircase on Olympic (near-identical to Titanic’s) and a render of the Aft Grand Staircase model for Lost in the Darkness.

Modeled by Matt DeWinkeleer
Rendered by John Atkinson
Olympic photo © Jonathan Smith Collection

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