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'School of Spine'

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All they had left was their skeletons and eyes, enough to roam the seas for a few centuries.

/Getting back to more traditional works, this time something along the lines of "watered acrylics", hoping to work on a larger scale from here; what do you think?

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Wow, this is great! Keep up the good work!

Butzbo responds:

Thanks Twone!

I too adore the colors.

Very good style, especially for a painting, and a strange mixture of colors as well! However, it wouldn't be very provocative of me to not point out that a particularly large grouping of fish can only be considered a "school" if it consists of 10 to 1,000 individuals. They will typically behave this way to form a large cluster that is intended to frighten predators. But hey, who would want to eat a fish skeleton? Plus, this is just art, so it's for the best that it's purposely inaccurate. P.S. the middle one is the best! :P

Butzbo responds:

Heheh, english is not my main langauge so I wasn't as familiar with the scope of the expression, although a real 'school' of these would be a bit frightening.
Thanks for the review! :)

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Butzbo
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Feb 19, 2015
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