Nemo Lives!!...The Hawaiian Project

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    Nemo Lives!!...The Hawaiian Project

    OK guys I hated to do this, but I just got word from Pat Regan. Seems he wasn't ready for the photos to be released. I thought we were good, but apparently we crossed wires regarding the photo shoot.

    Anyways...it was fun while it lasted, and I'm glad everyone got a kick out of the project. Thanks!!
    Last edited by subkrawler; October 25th, 2007 at 22:03.
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    Re: Nemo Lives!!...The Hawaiian Project

    WOW! Totally awesome. I'm a big fan of Captain Nemo and you guys really put in a huge effort in this .
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    Re: Nemo Lives!!...The Hawaiian Project

    Man that is awesome! What a great opportunity to do some creative underwater stuff. Love that Caribbean too! jc

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    HOLY COW!!

    Post of the week for sure! Super cool!
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    Re: Nemo Lives!!...The Hawaiian Project

    That is VERY cool!
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    Re: Nemo Lives!!...The Hawaiian Project

    Some of the coolest pictures I've ever seen.

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    Re: Nemo Lives!!...The Hawaiian Project

    Okay, now that is just FRIEKIN' BAD!!!! It is amazing how much that truly looks like the original. Watch out Dirk Pitt, Here comes my newest HERO
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    Re: Nemo Lives!!...The Hawaiian Project

    Amazing project and uber-cool pics! (See any giant squid down there? )

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    Re: Nemo Lives!!...The Hawaiian Project

    awesome project, great work on that suit!
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    Re: Nemo Lives!!...The Hawaiian Project

    Thanks Guys!! Glad you're all diggin' the project.

    Jason...they are amazingly exact when compared to the movie versions. No detail was over looked from the number of "rivets" on the helmet to the brand and model of the vintage knife hanging on the belt. Even the "underwater rifle" was built from Disney prop department blueprints. If it called for brass or hammered copper, the correct materials were used to ensure authenticity.

    Pat's wife, Lynn Regan, was the chief photographer for this diving sequence. She did an amazing job, capturing the action and adventure of the "script". If not for her, it would have just been me trudging around, freaking out the fish.

    Paul...no giant squid, but there was an octopus sneaking around the lagoon. I can only imagine what was going through his head.
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