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An Undersea World . While creatures on land faced habitat destruction due to human settlement, the undersea world had largely remained intact. Until now... . Realtor: "What a lovely place for a new neighborhood." General views. The MOC is 32x32, plus a 2 stud wide black border. The rock by the shipwreck. It's hinged using a ratchet joint to create an interesting angle. Some of the other slopes are connected at angles as well. Another view of the rock to better show the coral and sea grass designs. The back view of the rock highlights some interesting texturing and shows part of the ratchet joint technique used. Some sort of sand/sandstone formation. Another view of the shipwreck and some seaweed. More seaweed and scattered rocks. Believe it or not, everything you see in the moc is connected in some way! Here you can see some of the techniques used to get the angles for the shipwreck. A view of the jellyfish, sea snail, more rocks, and more seaweed. The sea snail, which lacks eyes because I don't have the needed clip in lime green. A view from above. Some of the tiles removed from the rockwork to better show the techniques. Snail's point of view. Realtor/Construction Worker's point of view. Technique used for the minifigures' stands. Since the flippers only have a lightsaber blade connection at the bottom, I had to attach them to the stand with a screwdriver. Pirate skeleton, inspired by Finn tegotash's designs. Construction worker. The realtor. I had fun making her look as out of place as possible underwater with her suit and envelope. For the Under the Sea Contest in The Contest Group.

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