In this scene, for the category castaway, a british man-of-war the H.M.S. Ontario, was mortally wounded by a Spanish Frigate. The ship flundered into a reef, and split in half, sinking into the depths. Only the prow and stern are still visible on the sight of the erie wreck. Flotsam floats around the sight, and two surviving marines take refuge on a small island, with nothing but whiskey, fish, and whatever washes up from the wreck. Who could ask for anything better? Enjoy!!!
The prow, with a figurehead, forward mast, and 15 pounder cannons still hanging out in battle positions from the fight with the Spanish frigate.
The tip of the mast sticks out of over 100 foot deep water.
The cabin with slanted walls, and 4 pounder cannons still poking out the gun ports. The rear of the cabin, the captains quarters, where there is a stained glass window, lamps, and a british flag.
The Lieutenant attempts to drown his sorrows in the bottle.
The tree technique, i used legs.
The other marine, a private, goes fishing in his tattered cloak.
An overview of the entire scene.
The figure head. The flotsam at the wreck.
I like the fact that you went with SNOT work for the water. I think the MOC in general could've used a bit more breathing room. The space feels just a bit cramped to me (just my opinion). Not bad, though. Solid 3.