Fish Painting Completed On Sunday, June 8th, 2014


This is my first digital art fish painting I’ve completed in Artrage. I got some great exercise in learning how to use more layers than I’ve previously done. That makes me happy because I’m becoming a little more familiar with what I can do with the software.

I loved experimenting with colors on this painting, and while at first, I was not so sure how the yellow background would look on the finished product since this image is supposed to depict an underwater world, but once it was done, I loved it. Creating this painting taught me a lesson that art is imagination, and neither art nor imagination needs to be perfect. In fact, I think that if I had gone with a blue background, I probably would have thought this to be just another typical fish painting, and I probably wouldn’t have been as happy with it….. the cool thing though is that if I decide I want to make this design with a different background color, I can… but for now I love this just as it is and I can’t wait to do another fish painting. This one was fun.

Leave a comment and tell me which fish in this painting is your favorite.


About Junkyard Blogs Directory

I am a photographer, artist, craftsman, outdoorsman, blogger, and owner of Mudpix Prints ( featuring my outdoor photography, residing in East Alabama. I am also the founder of the NWOAA (, a directory promoting United States artists and photographers. I'm also the founder of Junkyard Blogs Directory (, a directory of the best blogs, websites, and businesses in America. Photography, creating art, promoting the arts, and getting outdoors are my favorite things to do when I'm not blogging and maintaining my websites.
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