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Painting a Bluegill Reproduction

Discussion in 'Tutorials' started by Cole, Jan 26, 2010.

  1. Jimmy Lawrence

    Jimmy Lawrence Well-Known Member

    Very nice my friend .

    Very nice indeed.

  2. crankin

    crankin New Member

    Thanks Cole, very nice

  3. tazzymoto

    tazzymoto Well-Known Member

    Thanks , great job!
  4. Nice Cole
  5. jemmick

    jemmick Active Member

    Hate to sound like a broken record but you do as great a tutorial as you do a superb fish>THANKS!
  6. psycho

    psycho 2011 WORLD CHAMPIONS!

    Well I didn't even know he had done this until I sent him a picture of the box that came today. The pictures don't do it justice. If you can believe this it looks even better in person. Thanks Cole. Dan
  7. jasonb

    jasonb I think I'll keep her

    Dang Cole, you are very talented and a tremendous artist.
  8. ElkinsTaxidermy

    ElkinsTaxidermy www.ronelkinstaxidermy.com

    Very nice job!! I am a fan of your fish work!!
  9. Nice job Cole!
  10. 7-Point

    7-Point Active Member

    very nice tutorial Coal, i may just have to try that this year.
  11. thunder

    thunder New Member

    ok you did a large mouth bass, bluegill, now lets see a smallmouth bass ;D ;D
  12. Cole

    Cole Amateur Taxidermist

    Gary Bruch beat me to it with his article in Breakthrough. No way I could top that one!
  13. thunder

    thunder New Member

    ya but i think you got them on that large mouth bass you did
  14. DeeCee

    DeeCee New Member

    Nice job! Great tutorial!
  15. TY- Cole, great work, not overworked with paint and mixed media. very realistic and natural.
  16. Louie

    Louie New Member

    Thanks, that's beautifull!!!
  17. Great tutorial COle and thanks. Super looking gill.
  18. That may be ah heck that is the best looking bream/bluegill paint job I have seen. Sure dont look like a bondo repo Awesome job.
  19. Awesome fish! If you don't mind me asking what color pencil did you use for the spots on the back behind the head?
  20. Cole

    Cole Amateur Taxidermist

    You can use black, mixed w/ a little dark brown.