Now this is quite good. The shark gutting scene is my favorite, I think. This scene looks very alive, like a waterfront should be. I'm not crazy about the awning with the black corners but I know they don't make those in the colors you needed. Excellent job!
This is pretty awesome. I like that you've got all of your people actually doing something, like the guy with the mop and bucket. Great use for that broom, by the way. Makes a much better mop than broom.
I catually like the tent with black corners. it looks like a couple of the tents at the small Rennaissance faires I've gone to, where they don't have permanent buildings.
I also like your use of chains everywhere. It somehow makes the scene look more realistic.
Clip-flag pieces for a sail? Smart. They look good on that skiff.
Crisp job editing it onto a white background. I still need to make myself a backdrop like Fry slayer and Hachi use, have you tried pasting your creations onto one of those?
My Brickshelf Azure, a saltire cantoned with a star in chief and in base and two crescents addorsed in the flanks, argent.
Very nice. I love how bustling it looks. Also nice to see some of the official Lego ships sailing around by the dock. Did you get the shark cutting idea from Forbidden Island? I think I recall seeing it done on the back of the box.
Nice work! You have captured the hustle-bustle of a busy city waterfront. I like the hanging shark and the long-haired beggar. Nice touches that add to the overall atmosphere. I look forward to seeing more MOCs.
I love how your Moc looks so "lively".
Minifigs doing a buncha different things, all the colors, dead sea creatures & boats. It's fantastic!
I noticed the sharks & sting-ray (is that a sting ray?)
Your towns people certainly have an interesting diet
Let me just echo what others have said, lots of great small scale detail. I would have gone for a more traditional looking gatehouse, but I do like the white/blank projecting building on top of the wall. And modularity is of course the way to go.
That's really awesome. You've packed an amazing amount of detail into a small area. The whole thing has a very 'clean' look to it, yet it doesn't look artificial. One thing I have to say I don't care for though, is the ship, especially the prow. It just looks like it needs a bowsprit. I love incorporation of the small BF boat though. Good work.