use any meta search engine and look for "fish print" or gyotaku, the
Japanese word for it and you'll get lots of hits that might be helpful.
On May 11, 2004, at 9:09 PM, mali moir wrote:
> Hi Geoff
> I am botanical and natural history artist in Melboune, I've worked at
> National Herbarium for many years. I just heard some news that the
> Queensland Museum is working on a fish project. Do you work at the
> Museum? do you know anything about this? I am painting a great deal of
> fish at the moment and am interested in any projects on fish. Should I
> contact you on your personal email?
> Also for list people, what is the name of the technique for fish
> printing or stamping and is there any good info on how it is done?
> >From: Geoff Thompson <[log in to unmask]> >Reply-To: SciArt-L
> Discussion List-for Natural Science Illustration-
> <[log in to unmask]> >To: [log in to unmask] >Subject:
> Conference of Australian Institute of Medical and Biological
> Illustration this week >Date: Sun, 2 May 2004 12:27:50 +1000 > >Dear
> All, > By chance I met someone from the Australian Institute of
> Medical and Biological Illustration last night at a dinner party. She
> is one of the organisers for their conference at Bribie Island (just
> north of Brisbane, where I live) beginning next Thursday
> http://www.aimbi.org.au/imagine/ . I knew nothing about it till then
> and it is now too late for me to attend. I thought I should let others
> know on this list. The program is mostly medical rather than
> scientific but there will be a lot on file management and protection
> beginning Thursday. >In case anyone is keen to go at th! is late stage
> they could ring Vickie on her mobile 0418 788 128 to organise
> attendance. >Cheers, >Geoff
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