TS Sir Walter Scott

TS Sir Walter Scott

Michael M.
I apologize in advance for the sacrilege of the design, I am somewhat new to Sketchup and my stubbornness does not permit the research of tutorials. This is a fictitious vessel based on the Clyde Steamers of 1901~1978. It contains elements of both the TS King George V and the TS Duchess of Montrose (I had such a hard time deciding which boat to replicate and ended up amalgamating my two favorites). The sources for this range from the website http://www.paddlesteamers.info/Turbine%20Steamers/Turbine%20Steamers%20main%20Menu.htm to Google Pics. Several of the implements, including the davits and lifeboats are not accurate; the former being based on mechanical davits more like what was used on Titanic and the latter's capacity is only twelve people on a good day. Because the last ship was scrapped about 1984, I could not find high-definition pictures for either of the ships this is based on (and if anyone has some, particularly of the interior, they would be greatly appreciated). The ventilation geometry is also much more complex than I am able to replicate. I am also unfamiliar with the flags flying both on the masts and at the bow and stern, which is why they are left blank. Credits to C.J. Leigh for the Ship's Wheel https://3dwarehouse.sketchup.com/model.html?id=7c10f2dd280a9212eb0ffb260de220b3, and sattenborrow for the Godsend low-poly bench (I have a relatively old computer) https://3dwarehouse.sketchup.com/model.html?id=503ebdd69523247817a56987a5bd334b #steamship #TS_Duchess_of_Montrose #TS_King_George_V #turbine
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