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Floating Fish

By Minnhagen
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This was made for CGSociety's "Strange Behaviour" Challenge. The story goes: In vertical oriental cities, gas-filled floating fish are commonly used for cargo transport. Being very docile creatures, they normally create no fuss. They glide slowly though the crowded markets, letting themselves be steered by their drivers to their docking stations deep within the city. But then once in a while a fish panics in the narrow passages and tries to get away, shaking off the little people climbing all over it and tearing down wooden bridges and market stands. Such behaviour is considered unacceptable and most strange. This painting depicts one such event.
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Nejisan-unknown's avatar

So imaginative, love the story :D

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That looks really amazing. Are you on fiverr? I would like to buy art like this.

BLKBRDSR71's avatar
Dude... you got one hell of an imagination!
And I thought I came up with some strange stuff.
This artwork is INCREDIBLE!   :happybounce: 
kfn21's avatar
Dude its a FISH
Khasdannyanlord's avatar
here on latinoamerica things like this are normal...
Machairodontinae's avatar
Quite fishy situation.
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Amazing elements~
bunnywithmonocle's avatar
Hope those guys had insurance :( 
yonoldor's avatar
Loved it!
I am very keen on these themes, where fantastic animals share with humans. 
kasanghyeok's avatar
I love your bold and tough coloring
Dusk9's avatar
this is like a dream i had. I love how the fish is crashing through the place.
fueguito's avatar
Great imagination
Jacinda-C's avatar
I was able to guess half the story before even reading it! That's how well your painting depicts your story! Very enchanting piece, I love it! 
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this is incredibly impressive! 
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