Friday, August 20, 2010

oceans: sruble

This is a drawing of a lantern fish that I did for Ripple. It also works for the WaWe oceans prompt. Plus, it cracks me up. Hope it gives you a laugh too!

Fishy With A Built In Flashlight

He's a fishy with a built in flashlight!

12 comments:

mitchowl said...

Your deep sea angler looks almost cuddly! Who would have guessed you could make such a cute fish out of one so "homely". ha ha.
I love it. Great textures.

sruble said...

Thanks mitchowl! I seem to have a knack for making things that aren't cute look friendly and cute. I wonder what that means? ;)

Desenho said...

wicked but nice, it looks a good hungry fish of the seadepth :)

how can i join to blog? do you know?

email: desenhocapo@gmail.com
my blog: jimmyjirafa.blogspot.com

thanks...gw!

Leen Christens said...

Great color overlay in the background!

Vanessa Brantley Newton said...

He he he he he he! I absolutely love what you did with your Angler Fishsy!! It's wonderful. Great job.

Linda Kay said...

I love this piece--the texture, the colors, the composition & what a great fish!

sruble said...

Thanks Desenho! To join, you have to comment and post a link. Since you did that, someone should get back to you about joining soon.

Thank you Leen, Vanessa and Linda!!!

Gay McKinnon said...

Ferocious but fun. I love the texture!

sruble said...

Thank you Gay!

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