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Elie
26th May 2005, 13:25
Check these out... Simply amazing!!!

There's more, I will upload shortly.

Regards,
Elie

Elie
26th May 2005, 13:26
More....

Elie
26th May 2005, 13:32
more amazing sculptures...

schmosef
26th May 2005, 13:33
Wow! Where is this?

Elie
26th May 2005, 19:49
Don't really know where it is, I got it from a friend of mine.

Cheers,
Elie

Lizzard[MPE]
27th May 2005, 00:00
one of them looks like its from here

http://www.sandscapes.com/

Lizzard[MPE]
27th May 2005, 00:01
actually no it doesnt anymore

KvHagedorn
27th May 2005, 00:05
unfrigginreal! :eek:

Elie
27th May 2005, 09:46
Ok let's number them 1 to 15 in the order of left to right top to bottom.

What does every picture represent? :D

Cheers,
Elie

Tjalfe
27th May 2005, 10:02
very nice.. I sure hope for them it does not start raining :eek:
what kind of sand will allow them to do this?.. all the beach sand I ever saw would fall apart if anythign like this was tried

schmosef
27th May 2005, 10:16
they must be using some sort of glue or cement to bind it.

spadnos
27th May 2005, 12:31
Ok let's number them 1 to 15 in the order of left to right top to bottom.

What does every picture represent?

Cheers,
Elie
Well, 1-15 are all movie related :D

- Steve

Helevitia
29th May 2005, 23:24
When I was 12, I lived in Hawaii. Everyday I'd go to the beach and there would be 2-3 people on any given day making those kinds of sand sculptures. Not that big though! But pretty darn big. Anyway, the did it for a living. They would have a donation pot out front and tourists would drop in money all day long. I have know idea how much they made but it looked like a lot from a 12 year old view :) Also, they would actually take some kind of paint and add color to certain parts of the sculpture. Makes you wish digital camers were available back then :)

KvHagedorn
29th May 2005, 23:37
When I was 12, I lived in Hawaii. Everyday I'd go to the beach and there would be 2-3 people on any given day making those kinds of sand sculptures. Not that big though! But pretty darn big. Anyway, the did it for a living. They would have a donation pot out front and tourists would drop in money all day long. I have know idea how much they made but it looked like a lot from a 12 year old view :) Also, they would actually take some kind of paint and add color to certain parts of the sculpture. Makes you wish digital camers were available back then :)

As if there were and are no cameras which aren't digital.. LOL

You could have taken a pic if it had been 100 years ago, dude. :p

Helevitia
30th May 2005, 00:49
I know but I'm lazy and the film would never get developed ;)