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Fish Supper . A short poem inspired by the children’s book ‘Commotion in the Ocean’. The fish is based on a Hairy Angler. I wanted the photos to be darker and more atmospheric but I have found it extremely difficult to get it right. I hope you like the bioluminescence effect - I have used 4 light bricks, glow in the dark teeth and eyes. . My entry for the 2011 MocOlympics Round 2. I am going head to head with Owen S . Category - Fathoms Below. FISH SUPPER Down in the fathoms of the deep blue sea, no light can penetrate it is difficult to see. There are creatures down there I tell you no lie, they have scales of light like stars in the sky. Their bioluminescence draws you in, with a warm fuzzy feeling all over your skin. They creep up behind from the dark of the gloom, If you’re not too careful it will seal your doom. I kid you not it would make you shudder, get too close and YOU'LL be a fish supper. Boo! Some detailed photos of the vignette and the Hairy Angler Fish. I wanted the fish to be scary but have a cartoony feel - after all this is supposed to be a children's poem not a horror. The vignette is small, but aimed only to set the scene. Smile for the camera :)

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