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M.O. round 2 TheBricks vs Sir Balamorgineas -Beneath the Tide . Feel free to click on the pictures for a better size :) . CATEGORY: Underwater: Build us a moc that is set underwater. A simple enough concept but do you have what it takes to take it to the next level? Any "underwater" theme will do. Sir Balamorgineas' homepage MocOlympics The seaweed grows best by the Old Colony. That's the only reason I was anywhere near that monstrous, abandoned shell. I had been sent out to collect some plants for the evening meal, but was having trouble finding good patches of seaweed. I knew I could find some down in the chasm, so after an hour or so of searching I gathered my courage and drove my sub-pod down to the darkened Colony. The vegetation was abundant and my packs were soon full. I began swimming back to the sub-pod, glancing at the colony. I saw a person standing in the dark window... just staring at me. I blinked, and he was gone. Unnerved, I hopped onto my sub and sped toward home. As I drove away, I kept glancing over my shoulder. I couldn't shake the feeling that I was being watched. Interior shot of corridor. Behind the scenes. The only modification I did to these pictures was adjusting the saturation/contrast. The blueish hue was made by placing a trans-blue LEGO dome on the end of my flashlight (as seen above). So even the lighting is LEGO :)


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