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  1. #1
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    Default Fishy, fishy in the sea...

    How good are you at fishing? Here's your chance to prove you can out-fish your fellow artists. Well, at least me, because I have no imagination....seriously.

    Take my two goldfish from my last image posting and put them into a setting. You could try making a bowl (I'm going to give that a try), make a surreal background, an abstract background, a river bottom, etc, etc., etc. Let's see what you can come up with.
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    Default Re: Fishy, fishy in the sea...

    I set your fishies free Nancy
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    Default Re: Fishy, fishy in the sea...

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    Default Re: Fishy, fishy in the sea...

    Hmmmph....
    This is as far as I got with what was to be a fishy screensaver on a Dell monitor before XX4 threw an AV at me.
    I quickly took a screenshot before I got the Vista white-out.
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    Default Re: Fishy, fishy in the sea...

    take 2 ...
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    Default Re: Fishy, fishy in the sea...

    This British takeaway delicacy of days gone by used to be wrapped in newspaper before the health 'n safety mob made us eat it from polystyrene trays. Sorry to do this to your lovely fish, Nancy.
    Saludos,
    Bob.
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    Default Re: Fishy, fishy in the sea...

    I thought only the Japanese ate raw fish???
    If someone tried to make me dig my own grave I would say No.
    They're going to kill me anyway and I'd love to die the way I lived:
    Avoiding Manual Labour.

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    Default Re: Fishy, fishy in the sea...

    the fish and chips themselves were always in greaseproof paper Bob - only the outer wrapping was newspaper - or the public hygine would have been onto you even 50 years ago

    for fish and chips round here its still greaseproof paper [but no newspaper granted], or cardboard boxes - at least it is in the establishments where you can actually postively identify the fish - McDonalds still do polystyrene I think, long time since I went in there for anything but takeaway coffee....

    all this is verging off topic

    very nice fish [carp?] Nancy
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    Default Re: Fishy, fishy in the sea...

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    Default Re: Fishy, fishy in the sea...

    Mike - That shark sure looks pleased to see Nimo

    Three is definitely a crowd in mine

    Sammy
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