OH NO!so sorry about that!What a great piece for the little fellow.what was his name?
Sorry for your loss. You did a beautiful job on the pic. Keep up the great posts!;O)
Thank you both :) His name was Caspian, a Narnia reference to Prince Caspian's adventures in "Voyage of the Dawn Treader".
I like that he is smiling. :)
Looks like a happy fish. A clean bowl, and all the flakes your eat.:)=
immortalized with the sarah goodness.. Wonderous colors. Your Eve and Cornice an lovely to boot!
Wow! This is a great drawing!The most elegant fish. Love the color design too:)Sorry to hear about the loss.Thanks for visiting my blog.JP
Wow, I don't think Caspian ever looked that lovely and elegant in real life! Beautiful!
Tonight, a little fish dances in the sky, looking down on his home with little fish eyes, thinking of ways to say his goodbyes. But wait, a new adventure begins for him! This is only one stop on the journey, sorry about Caspian Sarah. It'a a lovely drawing to remember him by. :)
I am sorry to hear the fish has gone to the fish pond in the sky. Great work as usual. May I ask what you used? Is it Painter? If so what tools did you use? Watercolor?Me so nosey.Jeremy
holy shit .... oops sowwy! =P .... ur just so amazingly good!!! *picks up jaw* ... sorry to hear about your fish, i'm sure he's having a blast in fishy heaven tho!!! =)
aw! poor little guy... i love the smile you drew on him! he must be in a better place now. :)
Thank you everyone. I am glad I drew him because I don't think I ever got a good photo of him.Jeremy, I drew this on paper, then scanned it and messed with the lines in Photoshop then coloured it with Painter :)
sorry to hear about caspian. very pretty drawing of him.
Sniff Sniff...sorry about the fishy fish:(
it is such a lovley fish i am sorry to hear you lost him.
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