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Old 03-14-2012, 10:45 AM
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Painting in process

Thought you guys might like to see what one of these paintings looks like before it's done.

This one really only has spots and fins left.

This is a commission I'm doing for my buddy Jed Stewart. It's actually the second painting I've done for him. The first was that life size representation of a 30" brown he caught. This 22" fish is a life-size version of a cutbow he caught. Believe it or not, this big fish was the first he ever caught on a flyrod! Just thought some people might like to see one of these works in progress.

I'll post the finished product soon.

“…Who has not seen the scarus rise, decoyed and killed by fraudful flies…”
-Marcus Valerius Martialis ~80 A.D.

Last edited by mvtoro; 03-14-2012 at 12:25 PM. Reason: fixed it.
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