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MIT Round 3: Popcorn -VS- Seth (Jag) . This is my entry for the MIT it's me verses Seth (Jag) in the category-Is Today Thorsday Already? - Create your own version of an aspect of Norse Mythology. I decided to create a scene where a dreaded sea serpent attacks a merchant ship in the middle of the ocean. Btw the eyes aren't photoshopped they where made using a light brick. Honestly I don't think that I'll win but it was worth a shot. Enjoy! . The most needed link to the MIT The link to my unbeatable opponent Seth (Jag And his awesome entry As the sailors where taking another load of cargo to Sweden they began to see shapes in the black as coal water. They figured that it was just fish, but they couldn't be sure. As they began to grab their weapons they heard a loud wailing scream. It hadn't come from any of them, but it came from.................the water. As they ran to the deck they met the eyes of the terrible serpent that would soon become their doom. It's eyes glowed with a faintish red light as it's teeth hung looking half starved. Then a great, poisonous, flaming tongue burst forth leaving the men screaming in fear. Their screams could be heard on the shores of Sweden which was just a mile away. An "artistic" shot from the water below the serpent. An artsy shot from the bow of the ship. The desperate sailors protecting their ship and cargo. The foamy waves drifting off into the dark night. The whole(ish) MOC! Sort of a dark, gloomy, yet cool shot. Brightness prevails (not really). Sort of an over head shot. An ending shot of the boat. More pics of the interior and so forth of the ship will be in another post. Please rate and comment!

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