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Works-In-Progress, April 29th

As we get closer to the deadline for final art (Just a few weeks away now!), all the fantastic WIPs have been pouring in. Everyone’s ideas are starting to come to life and there is a beautiful assortment of colors, styles and themes! 326 more words

Art Collective

Cozumel Atlantis Submarine

A lot of ports have excursions offered on semi-subs, but not many offer the rare opportunity to dive to the depths on a real genuine submarine. 1,130 more words

Photos

Aquatic Review Part 2 - Deep Sea Exploration Vessel (60095)

After reviewing the Deep Sea Submarine (60092) last time, we now take a look at the theme’s “flagship”, the Deep Sea Exploration Vessel (60095), with 717 pieces the 2nd largest set of the theme behind the… 1,785 more words

Reviews

Mission Blue

So I just finished watching what I might consider one of the best documentaries I’ve ever seen. It is a biography on marine conservationist & explorer, Sylvia Earle- who is also one of my role models. 156 more words

Journal

It ended how it had started - Awesome!

I was on a diving trip without Johanna for two days. She’ll leave Australia tomorrow, while I’m on a boat and later with a real Aussie family in a beautiful rainforest. 2,446 more words

Animals

Aquatic Review Part 1 - Deep Sea Submarine

I like to see it when Lego produces sets that are not explicitly combat orientated but still offer a good amount of possibilities for adventure. And if it’s not a license-theme – even better. 632 more words

Reviews

Week Four, Task 1B.3

I am very much, no doubt, close to The Diver more than The Architect. Though, I am a mixture of both. I usually start off as an Architect and later on in the process of writing I become a diver because I let all my ideas flow and just write them all down without a care. 44 more words