Remote Controlled Paper Titanic Model

Introduction: Remote Controlled Paper Titanic Model

This is my Titanic model that I made out of paper. It is 5 feet long and has lights in it. It is also remote controlled. It took me 17 weeks to make it. I hope you like it.

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    12 Discussions

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    RobertoB69
    RobertoB69

    2 years ago

    Great model! Can you share the tutorial? Or the pdf with the pieces? Tkx

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    HristoB
    HristoB

    3 years ago

    Nice one. Well done. How did you seal and waterproof the hull?

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    Ethan1023
    Ethan1023

    3 years ago

    Ya know, Titanic was foreshadowed by a book called "Wreck of the Titan". It was written 14 years before the Titanic was built. It was about a ship called the "Titan". On her maiden voyage from Britain to New York, she collided with an iceberg somewhere in the northern Atlantic Ocean. She sank with the loss of the majority of her passengers and crew. Kinda creepy.

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    dzenglish
    dzenglish

    4 years ago

    this is truly an awesome piece of work! You have created something you should truly be proud of!

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    mushroom glue

    That's one hell of a model. How large is it? And what did you do concerning waterproofing?

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    Creativeman
    Creativeman

    7 years ago on Introduction

    Absolutely amazing! As a crafter/maker, I appreciate efforts like this...I understand the passion and dedication...yes, enter all the contests you can and thanks for sharing.

    hey, I'd love to hear more about how this works, how did you put it together? what does the rc do? how did you plan out the project and cut out the pieces? I think if you added a little bit more detail this might be a really great entry in the remote control challenge!

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    The Abstract Monster
    The Abstract Monster

    Reply 7 years ago on Introduction

    Hi i put this together with a framework ( stacked glued paper ). The rc moves the propellers so it can move on water. I used the real Titanic's blueprints. I cut the pieces with scissors. Thank you.