|17 Aug 2000|| Sofia|
Well.. *can't believe noone's commented just yet* *smiles* ..he is soo.. cute! *starts jumping* Man! Like.. yah.. I'm in love with this fishy boy..! *grabs tail and forces sweetheart away to the aquarium in my room* *pushes down and expects him to swim around and look happy* .. *tail hanging out of the small glass aquarium he glares at me with those blind eyes* *sighs* ... sorry.. *lol* I love this pic!
|18 Aug 2000|| The Artist|
~laughs at the crazy girl~ Ok, you can borrow him, but he'll need more space to swim around than that. ~the reiyan nods vigourously in agreement, hiding behind the artist~
|7 Sep 2000|| |
can, can i borrow him too?? pweaaaaase?
|28 Sep 2000|| Zelgadis|
That pic is extermely cool. I would love to see one of those while scuba diving.
|3 Apr 2003|| Anonymous|
Beautiful colors....and he's very nice. I think the angle on the end of his tail is a little off though. I think the lower fin would be viewed from a slightly different angle.
|17 Oct 2004|| Anne M. Campbell|
Love the bubble work--he must be suddenly moving fast...^^
I like the detailing on most of the tail--you even managed to include the dorsal ridge that fish have (and most artists--including myself--do not include). The end of the tail seems a little odd though...not so much the shape or direction, but perhaps the lack of detailing that was used in the rest of the body.
There's no real definition between the 'fleshy' part and the 'fin' part that the shape of the fin suggests should be there, and if the whole fin is fleshy like a dolphin, shark or sword fish, then it would...be wider from top to bottom...gah...don;' know how to explain it much better other then to say it looks like the fin can open and close--and yet the lack of detail suggests it's 'fleshy' like a rigid shark's fin...
|31 Jan 2006|| Carly |
Oh Gosh, that was an awesome picture. I loved it.