bdel01 wrote:Showa to me are the most difficult to pick young when trying to imagine what it will look like 3-4 yrs from now. For ex. that last Kindai Showa, wow a ton of white not so much black. But you can potentially see the sumi in the head that could make its way out and to the nose, and then some underlaying sumi over the shoulder that could expand as well as the tail. But other than that, to my eye, i cannot find where else sumi can emerge. Its going to be an interesting fish to watch for sure. It has a lot going for it size and skin wise. The white skin is so very nice.
The Sumi is there on the entire body, it is easier to see it in person.