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    Prehistoric Phish

    I ran into this Artrage program by accident the other day, and I'm loving it!! It's so afordable and does wonders for all it's worth. Much props the the creators of this wonderful painting program.

    I've seen some great work from artists of many levels in this forum. I'm not online that much... just to check email and the likes... But I'll return and make comments on these forums lovely works.

    I got so excited about painting w/ this new tool that my old childhood obsession w/ prehistoric life came out of me on this one. My instinctive interpretation of a prehistoric fish.



    Hope you all enjoy! Cheers!
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    Wow, that's really just stunning. I'm trying to think of something useful to say in response, but I'm afraid that my brain is nearly shut off at the moment. Might come up with something in the morning, who knows.

    Love it though -- anything that looks like it could rip limbs from a human easier than I can snap my fingers is cool in my book.

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    Welcome Digitalpops,

    Nice shot...

    Would like to see more...

    Weeks

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    digitalpops, Yeah, this works really well.Nice loose style. The color palette is appropriate to the subject. Use of the black lines emphasise the action and movement. Great program for the price eh? Wonderful group of people here as well......
    You'll know when you get there!

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    Have you studied Ictheology? (just wanted a chance to use that word, probably misspelled!)
    You'll know when you get there!

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    I hope these don't show up at the Jersey Shore!

    You definitely gave that guy a strong predator personality.

    D.

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    Hey digitalpop- Nice Pirannahsaurs! I love it. Paleo-art is a favorite of mine.
    Be well,

    "Teach, Learn, Thrive"~DM


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    i like the muddy colours you used.......i can imagine this in the mirky waters ..cool
    Enchanter
    Draw what you see!....not what you think you see!!
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    We Must each think of ourselves as an endless work in progress ....Harley Brown

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    Hi digitalpops - Welcome to the forums.
    I really like that painting - the dark muted colours suit the fish very well. I look forward to seeing more from you.
    AndyRage's mantra for graphics engine code:
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    welcome you have a very good sense of colors see you ka
    life art sweet sun child night body ocean clouds silk colors blood bones heart pain love art:life,if you want to show my all and very different works http://kaone.artblog.fr

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