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Lucky Cache
Due to popularish demand for cutaway MOCs, I present you with my second cutaway vignette, a depiction of an underwater cave under an old dock where a treasure chest is hidden... (don't we all wish there was a treasure chest under every dock!) A rural fisherman sits atop the dock, oblivious to the great treasure about to be uncovered by a lucky scuba diver. I have been wanting to do a land/underwater vignette for a long time, and just recently was I able to purchase a Series One scuba diver to complete the vig. The water line is stylized (due to a lack of parts,) and special thanks to Mark Kelso for a great technique I used for the water weeds. Thanks for looking and please enjoy!
About this creation
This was my first cutaway MOC before this one.











Thanks to Mr. Kelso for this fabulous technique.



Gotta love that new Pharaoh's Quest torso.



Comments

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  February 21, 2012
Neat,and I love the treasure under the rock!
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  December 27, 2011
Carry an auxiliary shotgun in preparation of an angry drunk rampage.
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  December 27, 2011
Carry an auxiliary shotgun in preparation of an angry drunk rampage.
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  June 5, 2011
Cool!
Paul Vermeesch
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Soap MacTavish
  April 1, 2011
Yeah. I made something a bit similar to this thanks to your design thanks.~Soap
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  March 24, 2011
Quoting Soap MacTavish Um just to let you know "Cache" Is not the way to spell it! Its Catch! (NO OFFENSE)
Haha! None taken! The title is actually spelled just the way that I wanted it to be! Look up the word "cache." It's a word that generally means "a stash of hidden items." The word is used in the title here to invoke a sort of double-entendre. The typical phrase "lucky catch" can be replaced with the word "cache" to give the impression of fishing as well as the impression of treasure hunting. It's a sort of vague connection, I admit, but I usually try to be pretty careful about my spelling.
Paul Vermeesch
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Soap MacTavish
  March 22, 2011
Um just to let you know "Cache" Is not the way to spell it! Its Catch! (NO OFFENSE)
Paul Vermeesch
karsten Rees
  March 20, 2011
on the first pic i thought the fishing guy was strangling the diver and the little yellow flat 1x1 puzzles me thank you for the comment about bricklink there was this one piece that i needed its in the mail now
Paul Vermeesch
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August Russ
  February 24, 2011
Great water detail and i love the tauntaun horns!
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  January 3, 2011
Cool, i like the dock, and what you did with the water!
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  December 31, 2010
Quoting Heath 'kik36' Flor Fantastic details here! Love the new torso too, will have to get those sets soon.
Bricklink man.
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  December 31, 2010
Fantastic details here! Love the new torso too, will have to get those sets soon.
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  December 26, 2010
Looks great! Excellent details in there. I'm surprised it took Lego so long to come up with the soiled tank top fig!
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  December 26, 2010
Great little build. The over-under-style is done to great effect.
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  December 25, 2010
Awesome looking cutaway, and I have to agree, that new torso is like the perfect redneck torso!
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  December 25, 2010
This is awesome Paul 5/5!!! Merry Christmas!!!
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  December 25, 2010
I love these cutaways, I have to try it some time. Great job, as always!
 
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