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    Watch a time lapse video of how I paint your trophy fish LIFE SIZE in watercolors: TIME-LAPSE VIDEO PAINTING

    Thanks for Looking

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    Amazing display! I don't know how else to describe what I saw.

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    thanks for sharing!!Absolutely oustanding.

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    That's great. Nice job on both the video and the painting.

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    Beautiful paintings. So real. Thanks for sharing . The fly detail is awesome!
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    great stuff water!
    ever paint a fall colored dolly varden?


    casey


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    Hi Casey, no never painted a Dolly Varden, although I did catch one once on a small stream outside of Girdwood Alaska- although, it didn't seem to me to be in "full colour" -I did photograph it and was amazed at how smooth the skin was. A beautiful fish.

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    What a talent!
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    Very cool, neat to see the actual progression...Thanks for sharing.

    Dave
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    Beautiful work.

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