Hey, what’s the difference between a Render, and an In-Game image?

An In-Engine Image is a picture of the model after it has been put into the game engine. This gives the viewer a good idea of what the final graphics will look like. Renders are images where models alone are processed by a separate program. These show the level of detail in the models.


In-Game Screenshots

These are screenshots taken in the game engine (Unreal Engine 4). Please note that most of these shots show works in progress, test scenes, and concepts, and are not of final work.



These are renderings made with various rendering programs as a means of visualizing how they look with lighting and shading and showing our work in modeling the ship (a gargantuan task and nearly a whole project in and of itself) long before it's all finalized and placed in-game.
Please note that these images show works in progress and unrefined models.


Other Images


101st Anniversary Images

If you would like to contribute please click the image above. All contributions go directly into helping create the project dedicated to preserving the memory and legacy of those who were aboard the great ship and Titanic herself.