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Alive without breath9

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By kenglye   |   
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© 2012 - 2020 kenglye
Ø 95×H70mm / resin, acrylic
Image size
2994x2994px 1.74 MB
IMAGE DETAILS
Make
Leica Camera AG
Model
M9 Digital Camera
Shutter Speed
1/4000 second
Aperture
F/2.8
Focal Length
50 mm
ISO Speed
160
Date Taken
Jul 27, 2012, 3:55:18 PM
Sensor Size
20mm
Comments27
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BaconPeppaHobbyist Artist
Black Moors are BAE
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YelidaHierroHobbyist Traditional Artist
I need a class to learn this! officially obsessed 
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I am in awe!
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moonlight2345Student Artisan Crafter
ITSA PET FIRE WOLF
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fireworkpup1Hobbyist General Artist
HOW THE FLIPPIN FLIP DO YOU FLIPPIN DO IT?!? ITS SO BEAUTIFULLY AMAZING, STUNNING, BREATHTAKING and i have no other words.
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TheNatureNutHobbyist General Artist
Indescribably beautiful! <3
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ForestWampireHobbyist Photographer
Amazing :D
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XxLittleRavynxXStudent Filmographer
I just adore how the painting depicts captured light so beautifully. Your work is incredibly gorgeous.

I hope you will permit me a small constructive critique of this particular piece..as I am an art student and we are learning how to critique. Although this is beautiful as I have stated above, I feel that this does not *quite* have the 3-dimensional look as most of your other work. By that I mean the difference is very VERY slight. I can't quite put my finger on how, though I have a feeling it is related to the amount of white on the goldfish. Perhaps it's just me, but I thought there was far less reflection of light on these particular black fish? Either way, I wonder if using less white on him would be in your favour for a piece like this.

Just as a note, did you ever notice that the shadow of the glass is completely blank? It's interesting and eerie, like thinking of a vampire trying to look in a mirror.
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Which print comes out the the most realistic; art print, canvas or photo?
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kenglyeHobbyist General Artist
Gee...I'm not so sure myself. Sorry
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Do you sell them?
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kenglyeHobbyist General Artist
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I used to have a little fishy just like this one. Yours looks so real that I could swear I just saw the fins flutter out of the corner of my eye when I looked away! Thanks so much for sharing your amazing talent.
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kenglyeHobbyist General Artist
Thanks Glad to know.
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FanniKatzProfessional General Artist
its just amazing and stunning!
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kenglyeHobbyist General Artist
Thanks!
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GreenCupcakeeHobbyist Digital Artist
Your work is beautiful!! The first couple of images I saw I honestly thought it was a real animal, The artwork is so detailed and realistic!
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kenglyeHobbyist General Artist
Thank you
Demonhair's avatar
Please tell me you plan on opening a shop.
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kenglyeHobbyist General Artist
I think it will be so soon, but most probably I'll sell them through a art gallery.
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You should seriously consider selling them online as well. (Unless you mean an online gallery) I would be first in line!
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If I had a disposible income, I'd buy all your stuff.
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ArtivationHobbyist Digital Artist
I think we all would T_T
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jim-jupiterHobbyist Traditional Artist
Ok. Usually I don´t complain about mistakes but since your art is so perfectI´d like to mention a detail. Shouldn´t there be a shadowof the fish and the plants ,too? Just wondering. Great paintings anyway!
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