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I decided to do the shark too. I'll post to where I've completed but still lots to do. So much that I've given up on my whale shark plans.

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Then I did turquoise ink on the clear plastic and ashen blue and vgc glacier blue and turquoise ink wash on shark.

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Then I started working in rubber /highlight and teal ink and spectral glow for the whale shark markings.

 

Now I've added a bit more rubber on the top

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I went whale shark. Amethyst purple and spectral glow and medium. I might have to go over stuff again depending how many more dark coats I do on the top.

Spots top and sides, then add lines.

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Some teeth( creamy ivory), more mouth ( pale flesh highlights) and eyes (blue liner outline with glacier blue dot).

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Here's where things stand dry fit. I need a bit more dry brush foam, but not sure what else. Pretty happy with today's additions. Thoughts?

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I love the whaleshark pattern ( although a whale shark is a plankton eater and will not have such teeth) it does make the shark stand out!

Love that mouth!

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35 minutes ago, Glitterwolf said:

I love the whaleshark pattern ( although a whale shark is a plankton eater and will not have such teeth) it does make the shark stand out!

Love that mouth!

Yeah. I wanted something different

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