Painting Options for Serious A-FISH-ian-ad-os

Illustrations, Photos and Text by Clark Schreibeis

   I offered to Larry to write an article and asked him for a little direction. His response was, “An article that fish carvers and fish taxidermists can both relate to would be nice.” After a few days of pondering this request, I began to think of all the overlap between these two “fish artist” disciplines. Larry’s answer provided a little direction but not a lot, because these two fish art forms are so closely related and have many areas of shared study. So I asked myself what I would like to learn that hasn’t been featured before in Breakthrough. I thought,  you know, it’s rare when I get the opportunity to visit another “fish guy’s” shop and observe firsthand how a person approaches painting and see what products he actually uses to get the job done. So… this article will address exactly that. I will show and explain the paints, paint products, and painting aids that are in my personal tool chest for painting. It should fill the bill for Larry’s request and hopefully give you some tools for your own painting arsenal as well.

       This articles explains fish prep, airbrush paints, tube paints, acrylic paints,  and using other color enhancements.  To read the rest of this valuable 5-page reference study, subscribe to BREAKTHROUGH online or call 800-783-7266.

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