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Monday, March 26, 2018

Full tour of my updated LEGO deep sea diorama


I've been happy with my underwater display(s) since I first tried such a setup in 2015, but that doesn't mean I'm just leaving it alone!  Most of the space has been and still is quick & easy, temporary filler, but I keep adding more detail in small batches.  This weekend I caught a burning desire to add a noticeable amount of new life to both halves of the setup, including establishing the start of some reef-like elements.

2 comments:

  1. I'm a bit of a marine biology geek, so this Lego biodiversity really made my day! You've a fantastic eye for the shapes of marine life. There's stuff in there that reminds me of soft corals, hard corals, solitary corals, sea squirts, barrel sponges, bladderwracks, sea lilies, red seaweed, sea urchins, sea pens, tube worms...

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  2. Your Diorama is great, especially the coral and plantlife. I also watch a lot of your youtube reviews. I was hoping to share with you my Aquarium project just for fun. Its also pertains to sea life as it is a Clockwork Aquarium. https://ideas.lego.com/projects/fa8f50fa-2267-415d-a0ac-d3b441653bf0

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