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Pink Fish Two Ways

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I took a picture of Luke's favorite fish when we went to the museum, a pink thing that I couldn't find a name for. For fun, I made an art version by inverting him and fooling with textures and bokeh dots from something else. Any feedback is appreciated, though I'm not looking for anything in particular other than impressions.
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I'm not knocking your art minniev...I prefer the first..I think because the light and background blur are just perfect to keep me engaged.......

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yep, for some reason I like the colors of the first, the pink/blue combo has a lot of punch

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Psjunkie wrote:
Sat Feb 23, 2019 4:29 pm
I'm not knocking your art minniev...I prefer the first..I think because the light and background blur are just perfect to keep me engaged.......
Thanks, he was a cool fish.
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PietFrancke wrote:
Sat Feb 23, 2019 10:44 pm
yep, for some reason I like the colors of the first, the pink/blue combo has a lot of punch
Thanks. I liked the “real” version best but inversion was a fun toy too. The toys inside Photoshop are endless.
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minniev wrote:
Fri Feb 22, 2019 3:55 pm
I took a picture of Luke's favorite fish when we went to the museum, a pink thing that I couldn't find a name for. For fun, I made an art version by inverting him and fooling with textures and bokeh dots from something else. Any feedback is appreciated, though I'm not looking for anything in particular other than impressions.
It's a Tetraodontidae, also known as a pufferfish! S-
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