can you make a version showing the whole boat? [below the waterline] and please not too shallow, it looks weird when the area below the waterline is short but the boat seen on top is huge, it just doesn't aestheticly settle well with me yano?
I disagree. The idea was to bring back the adage of old liners and the use of dummy funnels is hardly a new concept (see the Disney cruise ships). By using 3, you add vertical space that can be used by the ship all while wrapping it in a traditional and classic package. The ship is far more classic (and due to that, more unique) than the myriad of single funnel ships that try to harken to the old days by slapping on some black paint and a red funnel on a mass produced hull type (*cough* *cough* MS Queen Elizabeth and Queen Victoria.)
I agree with your opinion on the Queen Elizabeth and Victoria, they are cruise ships not ocean liners. The QM2 however is as graceful as the classics and as modern as the come, not to mention the QE2 withe her single midships funnel and the elegant old Canberra. Even some of the modern P&O ships have a certain classic grace to them. The Disney ships are fine looking vessels though, but the funnels are like the grill on a Rolls Royce, extravagant, unnecessary but gorgeous all the same because only Rolls can get away with it.