Art flies | fly art - There are a couple of new pictures in this section. I have once again experimented with the unknown and hidden beauty in the flies and materials that we use - aspects that can be brought out through computer manipulation. - Global FlyFisher

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Art flies | fly art


Published Jan 1st 1995

There are a couple of new pictures in this section. I have once again experimented with the unknown and hidden beauty in the flies and materials that we use - aspects that can be brought out through computer manipulation.

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There are a couple of new pictures in this section. I have once again experimented with the unknown and hidden beauty in the flies and materials that we use - aspects that can be brought out through computer manipulation.

Weavers
87 KB
How Weavers was made

1Bartleet - 2Bartleet
11 KB - 15 KB


1Caddis
33 KB


2Caddis
44 KB

Humble experiments
On this page I present my humble experiments with flies and computers. I've tried getting pictures of flies into the computer in many ways including drawing them, scanning photos and scanning the flies themselves. Actually the last method is my preferred, and if I want to work in B/W I always scan the fly directly. If you want to know more about this method and the proces of making the pictures, click here. It's a bit heavy on the graphics so be patient.

Large files
To see the pictures shown here in greater detail, click on the one you want. Please note the the pictures are quite large and detailed (500*500 pixels in 256 colors) and range from 30 KB to over 90 KB. Again, they can take some time to transfer, so have patience.


9Caddis
91 KB


Paraply
82 KB


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