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Jérôme Chapelle said on December 7, 2019
Spectacular ! I love the idea, and the result is perfect. How have you done all the little bubbles on the right place ?
Pedro L. Rocha said on December 7, 2019
One of my favourite Jules Verne story, and you do a great homage to it with this spectacular underwater scene...that whale adds a lot too
Colin Latta said on December 7, 2019
That's fantastic! Could you please tell us how you are casting the water, and what materials you are using? Your results are consistently the finest I have ever seen!
Chuck A. Villanueva said on December 7, 2019
Only thing to say is simply incredible!
Robert Royes said on December 7, 2019
Tom Cleaver said on December 7, 2019
I love the book, which I first read back in grade school, and I love the movie, which I watch whenever it comes on. You have done this scene out of the movie just perfectly. Amazing work!
Stephen W Towle said on December 7, 2019
Making inert materials look alive and fooling the mind of the viewer is called Magic.
Haslam Yeoman said on December 8, 2019
Michael Paquette said on December 8, 2019
Greg Kittinger said on December 9, 2019
Another beautiful creation. The mammal alongside is a nice touch!
Jimmy Zed said on December 11, 2019
Matt Minnichsoffer said on December 14, 2019
You are the master of water.
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