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Thread: Bill-A Fisherman

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    Bill-A Fisherman

    There's a few of them still !
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    very nice.. lots of character comes through from you portrait. yes they are a dying breed it would seem. sadly.

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    What a wise old face he has and you have capture the character of him too. Its so very well painted. Well done Franc
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    I like this too

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    Very nice I agree he has a lot of character coming through
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    Fabulous character, love the weathered look of this guy.... i'm expecting him to start swinging a glass while belting out a sea shanty
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    Powerful portrait! Bravo!
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    Really a powerful image Franc. Congratulations.

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    Have to agree with all above about how you´ve captured the character of this old salt. There are still quite a few fishermen here where I live. I see their boats going by nearly every day.
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