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What does Frank think?
This is Frank. He is a fisherman. He's been doing this every day for the past 20 years. With all that time at sea, he now knows all that the sea has to offer.
About this creation
An entry for this contest: Click or Die!
LINK WORKS!

The text goes with the picture below it.


Frank knows all there is to know about the Ocean; here are some examples...



Frank knows that the sea has inhabitants: like the scuba-diver. He knows that they only live in water, and can never go on land. These guys are the mortal enemies of this next guys...




Frank is a shark fisherman, so he knows where all the hot spots are. Being the sea salt that he is,Frank knows that these are the only things in the sea that he can catch; THERE IS NOTHING ELSE!




I Know...I mean FRANK knows that every reef, and every giant rock has a shipwreck surrounding it; but he doesn't understand why that shark has a saw for a nose...




AND CLAMS! Frank knows that the Ocean has CLAMS!




Too bad the Ocean doesn't agree with Frank....



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Hope you enjoyed this!



Comments

 I like it 
  September 26, 2013
Like Alphonsus said in his judging, its great to see you use what pieces you have and make something out of it.
 I like it 
  August 24, 2013
I agree with MCLegoboy, that write-up was hilarious!
 I made it 
  August 10, 2013
Quoting MCLegoboy ! Originality: 6 While the build is not the most original for theme, I say the theme is pretty original. I mean, a fisherman who is oblivously obnoxious and full of it is just what the world needs! He knows he's right, but nobody believes him? Brilliant! Techniques: 4 It's a cluster of stuff. The sidways baseplate is nice but holy bajolies. Presentation: 4 I don't give a SHARK about links. I thought the narrative was hilarious. It was a little splotchy but dude, Dat Satire... :L Total: 14/25 Not a chance, but this is one of my favorites for the narrative.
Thanks for the honest review. I could have done a lot better, truth be told, but all my effort is going into my next stop-motion video(which I just finished filming), so I just entered this for fun.
 I like it 
  August 10, 2013
Originality: 6 While the build is not the most original for theme, I say the theme is pretty original. I mean, a fisherman who is oblivously obnoxious and full of it is just what the world needs! He knows he's right, but nobody believes him? Brilliant! Techniques: 4 It's a cluster of stuff. The sidways baseplate is nice but holy bajolies. Presentation: 4 I don't give a SHARK about links. I thought the narrative was hilarious. It was a little splotchy but dude, Dat Satire... :L Total: 14/25 Not a chance, but this is one of my favorites for the narrative.
 I made it 
  August 10, 2013
Quoting Alphonsus Liguori Originality: 4/10. Unfortunately, a fishing boat with sharks underneath it isn't that unique. Also, it was rather difficult to figure out what was going on at first. Techniques: 6/10. There isn't anything very interesting at first sight. However, I appreciate your ability to adapt with what you have and move on. For attaching the diver and shark to the wall, a baseplate probably works better than a solid, studless wall would. (If you really don't have the pieces to build a giant scene, though, remember that miniscale or a vignette are always options.) Presentation: 2/5. First, there is no working link to The Contest Group. I understand if this was just an error in typing, but it is part of the rules. Second, your narration style combined with the large scope of this dio make it difficult to understand what's happening. If it's difficult to make complete sentences for each picture, you could always write an introductory paragraph at the beginning and only put captions for the rest of the photos when its absolutely necessary.
Ehh...whatever...This was mainly just for fun, and was hoping to get some more attention for my page...that failed...You could have at least liked it...
 I made it 
  August 10, 2013
Quoting David the Fire Ninja Jedi Nice work!
Thanks.
 I like it 
  August 10, 2013
Nice work!
  August 10, 2013
Originality: 4/10. Unfortunately, a fishing boat with sharks underneath it isn't that unique. Also, it was rather difficult to figure out what was going on at first. Techniques: 6/10. There isn't anything very interesting at first sight. However, I appreciate your ability to adapt with what you have and move on. For attaching the diver and shark to the wall, a baseplate probably works better than a solid, studless wall would. (If you really don't have the pieces to build a giant scene, though, remember that miniscale or a vignette are always options.) Presentation: 2/5. First, there is no working link to The Contest Group. I understand if this was just an error in typing, but it is part of the rules. Second, your narration style combined with the large scope of this dio make it difficult to understand what's happening. If it's difficult to make complete sentences for each picture, you could always write an introductory paragraph at the beginning and only put captions for the rest of the photos when its absolutely necessary.
 I made it 
  August 8, 2013
Quoting Commander Spencer, Ultimate Bionicle Fan Nice! I love the shipwreck.
Thanks Spencer.
 I made it 
  August 8, 2013
Quoting Andre Benjamin I agree, the sideways baseplate adds a really cool dimension to this build. I really like the SNOT reef, and your narration made me smile. You may not have the biggest inventory of pieces, but you really know how to maximize with what you have; that's what makes this so cool!
Thanks Andre, that means a lot.
 I like it 
  August 8, 2013
Nice! I love the shipwreck.
 I like it 
  August 8, 2013
I agree, the sideways baseplate adds a really cool dimension to this build. I really like the SNOT reef, and your narration made me smile. You may not have the biggest inventory of pieces, but you really know how to maximize with what you have; that's what makes this so cool!
 I made it 
  August 8, 2013
Quoting Stephen Boe That's cool! I like how you used the base plate as an ocean background.
Thanks. I think most people would use bricks...unfortunately...I don't have enough bricks to do that,lol.
  August 8, 2013
That's cool! I like how you used the base plate as an ocean background.
 
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