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  1. #1
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    Frontosa artwork for sale

    It's been a while since I did a fishy painting and a good friend suggested a frontosa as the subject. I've wanted to paint one for a while now and so I started it over the holidays. Once I painted one I couldn't stop and decided to make it a school of frontosa lurking in the deep water.
    16x20 acrylic painting, framed. Asking $125.
    Roy
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  2. #2
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    That is really nice Roy! Excellent work as usual.
    Tanganyikans Rule! Currently keeding sandsifters, featherfins, cyprichromis, lamprologus, tropheus, and other Tanganyikan oddities.

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    Holy cow!!! That is awesome

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    Fantastic work Mr. Smith! I believe I have something for you to work on for me this summer, but you'll need to come over and take some measurements first.
    In nature multiple species typically do not live in the same niche in the same location. If they do cross paths, they will compete since they are filling the same role in their ecosystem - eventually one will succeed while the others will cease. Welcome to evolution.

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    You need a big mural of Lake Tanganyika on your wall, Glen?
    For anybody interested, I updated my blog to include my latest fish paintings. This frontosa one is the only painting currently for sale. I mostly work on commission meaning you can hire me to paint something specific for you.
    http://kilroy2112.wordpress.com/trop...ish-paintings/
    Roy

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    Quote Originally Posted by kilroy View Post
    You need a big mural of Lake Tanganyika on your wall, Glen?
    I was thinking on the ceiling? Scaffolding is available...
    In nature multiple species typically do not live in the same niche in the same location. If they do cross paths, they will compete since they are filling the same role in their ecosystem - eventually one will succeed while the others will cease. Welcome to evolution.

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    That is awesome Roy.
    Bobby

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    That is awesome Roy.
    thats amazing is it still for sale?

 

 

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