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Last time (in this topic https://www.eurobricks.com/forum/index.php?/forums/topic/168782-moc-ss-venture/  ) I promised that I'll show you where our favored adventurers team is swimming. So here they are. :-)

Johnny Thunder and Dr Kilroy go to the bottom of the sea to find Poseidon's Trident.

Please listen to soundtrack https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c0vFUxE3SrM and find all of octopuses. :-)

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Whoah, this is amazing!  How did you manage the backdrop? -- is it something behind the set, or did you add it later with Photoshop?  I love the picture from above, looking down on the boat and the sunken temple, but -- I'm terrified that those two plastic pillars will buckle and break!  I also really like the pile of pieces in the corner to look like a ragged seafloor.

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Thank you for visit. :-)

How did you manage the backdrop



This is polypropylene photographic background, and some Photoshop. :-)

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Very nicely done sunken temple scene!  I love all the details, especially the entirely period-accurate diving bell & air-delivery hoses that were actually used on those old-school deep-sea diving suits.

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Maybe the Mermaid from the CMF series 9 could have been there... And why not Poseidon Himslef, in the form of the Ocean King, also from CMF.

Amazing MOC! Incredibly detailed! I especially like how you made the Ship "float" using those transparent pieces.

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Amazing

 

checked your other works on flikr, great stuff men :)

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this is real fun! I love the diving bell, haven't seen a MOC of that in ages. The soundtrack was a nice touch.

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Great photography! :thumbup:

You've done a great job on the temple and the plants.

 

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The details on the temple ruins are really well done and cohesive--the damaged sediment, and the color variance especially. The characters are all well placed, and the addition of the diving bell is nice. :thumbup:

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The rust effect on the boat is really impressive, as is the temple itself. I'm a sucker for Adventurer MOCs, and this one's really something else. I also noticed you included Pippin with the pith helmet from the Collectible Minifigure Series, and I'm shocked I haven't tried that yet. 

Any possibility we could get a better look at the ship? :grin:

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Like it a lot. Great temple with those 'tan'? parts. It gives it a real weatherd look. Amazing plants/coral too. That plant with all those fishes is a nice idea.

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I know the MOC is named after the temple, but I really love the ship. Those rust streaks are beautiful. Great work and thanks for sharing!

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