Window on the ship's hull - how to imitate the window glass

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From art Braunschweiger’s site titanicmodel.net, here are some suggestions for window glass and tinting your windows to make different portals or windows look curtained or unoccupied. The film comes from the lens is used for theater lighting. The name for this material is Roscolux. I found it at stagelighting.com. It comes in sheets, and is fairly reasonable. Hope this helps.
 

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From art Braunschweiger’s site titanicmodel.net, here are some suggestions for window glass and tinting your windows to make different portals or windows look curtained or unoccupied. The film comes from the lens is used for theater lighting. The name for this material is Roscolux. I found it at stagelighting.com. It comes in sheets, and is fairly reasonable. Hope this helps.
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Forgot to add this in the last post. I’m new to this.

MODELING RESOURCES - Roscolux filters used____________
ALL SIDELIGHTS, AND WINDOWS WITHOUT VISIBLE
INTERIORS: #119 Clear Hamburg Frost (transparency 100%)

WINDOWS WITH VISIBLE INTERIORS:
CLear acetate (transparency 100%)

GYMNASIUM WINDOWS (PEBBLED GLASS):
#111 Tough Rolux

ILLUMINATED STATEROOM / CABIN WINDOWS WITH
CURTAINS: #18 Flame (transparency 56%)

DARKENED STATEROOM / CABIN WINDOWS:
#98 Medium Grey (transparency 25%)
 
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