really neat images.
Wow. And yes, that underhung jaw DOES make them look menacing. And rather a lot of fish agree.
Very nicely done - much more artistic than frightening looking.
lol. "gone fishing" have you? :) the last seem to be like an embroidery. You can make a pattern from it. Re my image, the puddle. Was not that complicated. Just change of contrat and colors I think. It was more of what it was to begin with. :)
It's definitely not a favorite of mine, but you did a fabulous job with it. In my younger days, I might have enjoyed trying scuba diving, but not if these critters were on the loose in the water. Actually, one would have had to remove all the fish from the water before I climbed in. lol. It's not that I'm a scaredy cat, but I am. Today is another scorcher so we are laying low. Tomorrow promises to be much cooler. A great day to get out for a bit. Daughter in law fell and sprained her foot/ankle, so I think maybe we'll be visiting at her house tomorrow. I will just pack up her supper that I made for tonight, and take it to her for her lunch tomorrow. Now I'm off to feed us, and then settle in for some TV and crochet time. You and Izzi have a fabulous evening. Hugs, Edna B.
What fun edits! They are subtle but very interesting.
Great processing! I like them all, but my favourite is the last one. Love all that background texture.
I did enjoy. And did you go fishing::? I can't decide on a favourite.. they are all so different. I agree the first is a bit menacing, but i like the line and texture. Actually, I think i do have a favourite..the second...soft, dreamy colour.
I like what you did with the texture.Thanks for visiting my Abstract post this week.
A very serious predator here. He will eat just about whoever will fit in his mouth. Interesting pictures with effects.
The texture on the last one makes it my favorite...can see it above a mantle♪ http://lauriekazmierczak.com/cone-flowers/