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Thread: Refreshing swim in dangerous waters.

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    Refreshing swim in dangerous waters.

    Well here's something different, inspired by a TV reportage. Done in oils and airbrush, I hope you like it
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    Javier, this is beautiful, really refreshing to look at. You painted my dream...once to swim and play with dolphins... as she is in the picture. Beautifully rendered and i just love it.

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    Nice one Jav ........AT-TA what's for lunch.

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    Was a sunny day..........
    Good job!!
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    Very good, I really like the detail in the largest shark.
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    wow very nice work a refreshing change
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    Some women go to great lengths to trim their toe nails, no?

    Very unsettling. Ever since I saw 'Jaws' I see something like this and I instinctively pull up my legs.

    This says a lot if one were to think about it. Quite a symbol. Open to several interpretations. Dramatic work!
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    You got an excellent illustration also in this sinisterly populated underwater scene! I'm afraid next frame may rather appear in the after 9 section ....
    Panta rei (everything flows)!

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    Great painting Javier but as a former swimmer I am heading off at a very fast speed. Well done on both the sharks and the swimmer.
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