Thursday, November 13, 2008

Fish Painting

I knew it existed but........ Interesting results too! Kelly has a few shots on his blog.

4 comments:

Firefly said...

Totally weird. I've never heard of it.

Ann said...

Great shot......fish painting, no this is new to me I saw KC's post, and was amazed about that too, enlighten us Perry, I am hoping they are plaster fish not dried real fish :-)

Perry said...

REAL FISH! Not dried, not frozen, not living. Yeah, it was a little strange but the kids loved it and what you get when you are done looks pretty cool. (Even if it is weird.) They paint the fish then cover the painted side with paper or cloth. They rub/pat the paper with their hands to transfer the paint design. Often they would have to toss the first paper due to excess paint but the second "print" was usually very good. They were also painting squid and sponges. So, run out grab a fish, paint and your favorite tee-shirt and make a day of it!

kcblog said...

Cool shot, very intent on what she is doing but what an ugly fish! The outcome of the painted fish was pretty cool, I wish I had of done that with the 32# king I got in Alaska this summer. FUN!!!