Very cool stuff. I love your take on the sea of suffering ;) I didn't enjoy reading it very much in school either. I reread it last year (after a short stay on a small boat in Cuba, where an older dive master caught a marlin on our way to a diving spot; a coincidence just screaming that I had to read it again) and I quite enjoyed it and its underlying tension and tragedy.
Very Nice! I didn't enjoy the story that well either. I personally think it wasn't that great. What really confused me was that my teacher was really enthusiastic about reading it. Anyway back to the moc, I agree with Cody, excellent use of rahskhi heads!:)
I don't get to often on these pages here anymore (life!) but it's always nice to see one of your creations when I come around! That octagonal part is in my top five list and you made excellent use of it, pics are top notch too. Nothing short of Nannan-ness, keep 'm coming!
This is an exceptional piece of design of a scene. You really brought out the message on a very cool way. I'm into Technic and I don't build things by using parts that you've used in your project, but I watched this model for a while, because I like the arty spirit.