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Ambidextrous : Fish Whirlpool by sethness Ambidextrous : Fish Whirlpool by sethness
Tungsten lighting, no flash. Live and learn-- the blue component is nearly non-existent.

The sketch is 11"x17" (A3) size, graphite on paper.
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BarryFromMars Featured By Owner Dec 11, 2013  Student Traditional Artist
Nice thing to think about...
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BarryFromMars Featured By Owner Dec 31, 2013  Student Traditional Artist
I've been trying dyslexic drawing, And have managed it. I've drawn an A while drawing a B, A C while drawing a D, My name while dating the drawing; They're not the most polished but they're real. I don't think it's something exclusive to me either, I didn't do it on my own. Know the saying "All things are possible to he who believes"? It's part of Mark 9:23. Also, This may be related; Ricky H. Wilson, Who recorded music with The B-52's and was a founding member, Played "Lava" which sounds as if two guitars are playing at once, But it's one. That's not the only song he played like that, But it might be the clearest example to many. He wasn't singing at the same time but I think it's possible to play that song and sing it too.

Link supplied to a live version of the song; www.youtube.com/watch?v=8x1gvJ…
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BarryFromMars Featured By Owner Dec 31, 2013  Student Traditional Artist
Oh brother, "Dyslexic". Where did that word even come from? I meant "Ambidexterous"!
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sav2718 Featured By Owner Dec 14, 2012
very nice! I am also ambidextrous:
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Eshva Featured By Owner Jul 26, 2010  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Now this is talent. Wow.
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sethness Featured By Owner May 28, 2010
Does anyone know how to restore the color balance in a tungsten-lightbulb-lit photo like this one? Is there a Photoshop filter for this?

Or, is the lack of blue component so severe that it can't be raised to normal-light levels?
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SpeakeroftheWords Featured By Owner May 28, 2010
That's impressive. O-o
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sethness Featured By Owner May 28, 2010
It's a personal favorite. Thanks.

Although... I'll tell you a secret: the hand and the most realistic fish are cover-ups for goofs I made in the pattern. If you mentally or digitally remove those elements, you'd see that my pattern doesn't line up exactly the way it should.

It CAN tessellate-- I just took the easy way out, and did a coverup.

*insert vast amounts of shame here* :please:
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SpeakeroftheWords Featured By Owner May 28, 2010
I actually like the discrepancies; your cover-up ended up making it better than it would have been, I think. If it did tessellate, it'd look a bit too perfect, methinks ... I love this the way it is.

No shame. D:
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MeneerBCH Featured By Owner Apr 22, 2010
where have i seen this before?
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