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Old 04-26-2006, 10:25 PM   #11
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Cool idea..I bet you enjoyed it and now you have something to talk about and it will be a showcase tank!

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Old 04-26-2006, 11:00 PM   #12
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that looks awesome...what an accomplishment! I can draw a stick figure, I don't think the fish would appreciate looking at my stick figure all day

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Meredith, I will add to the other compliments - your painting is amazing! I can (or could, lol) draw pretty well, but I never accomplished the blending of paints for color/shadow/highlight areas all that well. I think you would enjoy some art classes if you haven't taken any already.

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Yup! Great color and creativity. I myself have as much creativity as a door knob. Nice pix for the fishy friends to admire.
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Wow, that is GREAT ! Its gorgeous ! Talk about "bragging rights" !!!


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