I can't believe how people see bass differently. I've been painting them for years. If you look at mine, most all look different. It's because I experiment alot. I'm never satisfied with mine, even though my cust like them. I keep trying to paint the perfect bass, so far, I've not done it. I guess I'll keep trying. I've studied the top names in the business. Most paint them too green to suit my taste. Some have the most beautiful markings, spot patterns, but the green on a bass, I.M.O., dosen't come all the way down over the side. The area just above the line of spots down the side, or lateral line, isn't dark green. It isn't yellow either. It's a green gold. The same as the gold on the scale tipping. It isn't gold, it's a green gold. Most commercial taxi's in my area spray the back green, olive drab like an Army truck, white belly, then a bunch of squiggley lines down the side in black and "Chit-Ching!", out the door he goes. Looks like a first grader painted it with a crayon. There are no fishheads in my area, that I know of. Some have deer coolers, their deer look good, but fish look terrible.