To the left, to the left, everythi... I mean *ahhem* This is the left side.
Hiding in the seaweed.
The always vibrant, coral. I "barrowed" Max Pointer's minifigure arm coral from his recent MOC, Reef Walk.
Nemo, where'd ya go!?
Diver: It has been 7 days since my own crew sent me in exile, for wanting to go to the REAl Atlantis, in Paradise Island, Bahamahs. I've been fending for myself in this non-forgiving place in search of food and shelter, but to no avail. Oh how I wish I was on one of those waterslides right about now...
Beyond the Brick:
Well, I wanna say thanks to the jusges who host both the MIT & the MO's. I know it must be a real time consuming process to go through and vote on each creation, and to put up with all of the people that are "confused about their scores". Anyways, thanks to you guys, and I wanna say good luck to Chrs also!
Thanks for being honest about the category thing. I personally won't hold that against you here. That being said though... even with some really nice parts usage I think your opponent got ya on this one. He got my vote. ~ Chris.
Notice to the judges: I did forget to add the catagory, I am being honest and not editing my creation. I am SO sorry about that, and from now on I will get feedback first. Hopefully I don't get DQ'd, but if you think I did have a link to the MIT, so hopefully it can counter-balance o something..? Anyways, here is the catagory: Life Aquatic! Build a MOC that is set underwater. Any 'underwater' theme will do.
what's the theme? anyway, cool entry! some really cool designs - who care's if you borrowed them! oh, and continuing on from what MC was saying, if your camera has it, you could have taken some 'fish eye' pictures! :D
Quoting Mister Lego ~ Thanks for the tip. I'll be sure to try something on my next underwater creation :)
I don't know how well this would work as I have never tried, but say you got a blue piece of transparent plstic stuff and have it on a light source beaming onto your creation, and then hold some clearbricks all stuck together just out of frame so you get those little surface reflections on the seabed. I'm just throwing out an idea, it could fail completely for all I know.
Quoting MCLegoboy !
I think you should have added a blue background or did something to make it really feel like it was under the surface of the ocean. Use some lighting tricks or something to really make it pop.
Thanks for the tip. I'll be sure to try something on my next underwater creation :)
Seen most if not all of these techniques before, but still great looking for the undersea environments. I think you should have added a blue background or did something to make it really feel like it was under the surface of the ocean. Use some lighting tricks or something to really make it pop.