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Priscacara In The Flesh

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ShadowElite951

But not living :P

I failed to find a reconstructed/artist interpretation of a Priscacara...or all Green River fishes for that matter. Correct me if I'm wrong...

So I made one :D

It's the first time I did something like this, lemme know what you think! :)

95% done

th_priscopy.jpg

Completed image!

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Hawkeye

That's pretty cool!

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bigjohn835

looks like a bass

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Major

Does resemble a bass; glad you knew enough of fish to make the bottom a lighter color than the top, if natural selection is true, then it's an adaptation; however would it have been the same back then?

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ShadowElite951
That's pretty cool!

Thanks :D

Does resemble a bass; glad you knew enough of fish to make the bottom a lighter color than the top, if natural selection is true, then it's an adaptation; however would it have been the same back then?

Huh, that never even crossed my mind :blink: . That's a really good question.

I guess the fish during the time would only know.

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PaleoPutz

Nicely done indeed... what did you use for the color, Prismacolors or something?

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mommabetts

Good job!!!!!!!

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ShadowElite951
nice job!!!!
Good job!!!!!!!

Thanks!

Nicely done indeed... what did you use for the color, Prismacolors or something?

Photoshop CS3 :D

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Auspex

Dude! You have talent, as in marketable.

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PaleoPutz

The whole thing in CS3? Very impressive indeed.. Your color gradients are great.

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bone digger

great job!!

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RJB

Yes indeed, a very nice job, but noway does it look like a bass to me. Much more like the bluegills, sunfish or redear that are all over america lakes and streams.

RB

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