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Here is something I have been working on, I plan to do it with all my angelfish. I haven't decided what I want to  print on, I was thinking a cool metal pannel but I have also thought of a shirt or a hat.

This guys a koi angel, he was one of the first fish I ever got and is probably one of if not my favorite (shhh... you cant tell the rest of my fish I have favorites)

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3 minutes ago, H.K.Luterman said:

My fish art...

Of course I drew my favorite fish, my Synodontis eupterus, Pooka
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My favorite Polypterus senegalus, Dragon.

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And I've done some ancient fish illustrations for Paleontology...

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did you hand draw them and upload them to a adobe platform, or did you draw it in your computer? I have been wanting to know how to do these edits as they truly are AWESOME!

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Just now, James Black said:

did you hand draw them and upload them to a adobe platform, or did you draw it in your computer? I have been wanting to know how to do these edits as they truly are AWESOME!

The catfish and senegal bichir I hand drew on a digital tablet (Wacom Cintiq) using the program Krita. The prehistoric fish are acrylic paintings. 

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@Fonske Different species of trout native to Colorado, Rainbow, Brook, and Lake trout. I did some calendars for fly fishermen a while back and this was one I took at an Aquarium. I also took several of Colorado Greenback Cutthroat trout at the time which had not yet been as widely repopulated as they are now and I hiked miles into the back country, and up to remote mountain lakes back then, something I can no longer do these days. I love the colorful patterns of our native fish like trout and sunfish and might yet head back to Texas again to snorkel and take pictures of Longear Sunfish in a stream on a friend's property.

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