Following are some examples of gyotaku fish rubbings that I've done in the past. I'm trying to give examples of the different types of things I've done (hand dyed paper, plain paper, multiple fish, vertical pieces, big, small, etc....). If you see something you like, email me at firstname.lastname@example.org and maybe I have something like it, or will make something like it in the future.
Recently I started to hand dye paper. I like the look.
Carp on Hand Dyed Thai Kozo Chiri paper
Three Bluefish on Hand Dyed Unryu
Rainbow Trout on Hand Dyed Unryu paper
I also print gyotaku on plain paper
Bluefish School on Kasuiri paper
Crevalle Jack on Chiri Unryu Light paper
Brook Trout on Kasuiri paper
Here are some examples of gyotaku with 'lunch' for the bigger fish
Largemouth Bass and minnows
Brown Trout with shiners
Walleye and Shiners
Sometimes I do vertical pieces. Most vertical pieces have multiple fish.
Three Rock Bass Vertical
Three Rainbow Trout Vertical
Three Crevalle Jack Vertical
I'm always interested in printing something I haven't printed before. I printed the octopus at a Nature Printing Society workshop in Fort Collins, Colorado in August 2011. The three shiners was the first time I printed them by themselves without bigger fish to eat them. This was the first pompano I'd ever printed.
Octopus on Unryu paper
Three Shiners on Hand Dyed Thai Kozo Chiri paper
Pompano on Chiri Unryu Light paper
Here are some bigger pieces I would not have for sale on my web site. Work of this size I sell at shows or out of my home studio.