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  1. Captain Hannibal Joost

    Island project: how to create water and reefs

    Hi everyone, I plan to make a big island, as realistic as possible, starting with a "volumetric" ocean (ie, higher than one plate). I've tried and look at different technics, but I can't find something beautiful. My idea was to have part of coral reefs with transparent tiles or plates or rounds above, but the result doesn't work. Any ideas or example? Thanks in advance!
  2. Hey all, this is my first post here and my first Lego moc. Lots of firsts. Since the Lego Ideas site can't approve my project, I wanted to share it with some true Lego fans. Please check out the rest of my project pics here: https://www.flickr.c.../133518136@N08/ and like me on Facebook https://www.facebook...646432325635280 - where I'll be posting a lot more Zissou Lego over the next month. Here's a hint ..... it was a long range sub hunter. Here it is...Lego Life Aquatic. Zissou Deep Search Sub. Also here's what I wrote for my Lego Ideas submission description that will never be scene : This is a – Brick – Adventure !! Lego Steve Zissou wants you on Team Brick Zissou. Included in the set is: Our topnotch research sub The Deep Search. Coral reef (it's teeming with marine life). Two Albino Dolphin Scouts that swim with the ship. They're supposedly very intelligent... although I've never seen any evidence of it. Plus all kinds of radar and sonar and under water movie gadgets Minifigs Included: -Steve Zissou - Captain, videographer, frontman -Wolodarsky - physicist, original score composer -Klaus Daimler - engineer, calm collected, German -Pele dos Santos - speedo wearing, safety expert
  3. First up, Kaneta-Bur. The Kaneta-Bur is a reef-dwelling, blind testudine that is largely harmless unless poked in its sensitive feelers. Do not poke the feelers. https://www.flickr.com/photos/114035403@N02/sets/72157648181625432/ Next up, Juru-Ra. A reef-dwelling, long-necked pleiseohominid, this creature is commonly referred to as a sea monkey. Despite the name, they are quite dangerous, especially in packs. https://www.flickr.com/photos/114035403@N02/sets/72157647779467050/ Oh god he poked the feelers Lastly, something completely different: The desert sedge. A sedge slides across the ground on millions of microscopic hind legs, and steers and balances itself with its two large clawed hands. Desert sedges are peaceful creatures. While peaceful, they are not afraid to defend themselves. https://www.flickr.com/photos/114035403@N02/sets/72157648135061206/ How'd I do? Oh, make that four. The Cara-Ni, or Reef Deacon, is a species of violent rahi living in the reefs off the coasts of Po-Koro. No two are alike in coloration, though they are all very vibrant due to the protodermis "blood" of the Mata Nui seeping out into the reefs. All reef-dwellers that have this strange coloration are under the umbrella term "Protodermoid Anomalies". https://www.flickr.com/photos/114035403@N02/sets/72157647778428249/