drying time of glues and left me exhausted from keeping my patience and insanity in check; it never fails that every single line you have loose will get caught on everything! The shark was set down into the sea made of plumber’s putty, to appear as if he is coming out of
the water. The shark and the boat are epoxied to the sea, and all attached pieces are securely glued with white glue or super glue. In all there were six lines to pull tight, glue, and cut after the boat was together. Other interior work included gluing the antennas upright, pressing the cage and diver just into the surface of the sea,attaching the barrels to the shark, positioning the two people on board, and adding a few seagulls, made of painted paper and glued to the interior surface of the bottle with just a tiny drop of super glue.
piece. Each side displayed a label with the words “Jaws 1975” and two of the most memorable movies lines: “you’re gonna need a bigger boat!” and “smile, you son of a bitch!”
follow the steps along with my descriptions on how it was made; you’ll find it under new bottles on my website: www.shipinbottles.com. Enjoy!