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I think that this must be a very large fly, more like a small plane in size, and so it will have no trouble staying aloft,,even with Lela. So we can all stand out in the street and exclaim: It's a bird! It's a plane!! No, it's a 4th dimension mailboxerfly with Lela inside!!!
I really like this fly but think flapping those square wings are going to make it very difficult for this mailboxerfly to get around. And, if it has to carry Lelabug around inside it is really going to have lots of trouble. How can we help it get skyward bound and have it stay there? Don't want Lelabug slamming into the earth and making a large sinkhole!!!!!
Thanks, whatnauts. When I make these, I usually just mirror/copy, rotate so that the rectangle is turned on its side, then m/c again, then implode. That means that the color that becomes the most prominent is the one on the outer left side--green, here. I think it made this look a little darker than I would have liked, so I'm going to try it with the image flipped first, and see what happens, just for the heck of it. :-)))))
This is very different and I really like it!! Thanks, PD :)))
Thanks, Edie and Ardy! :-)))
This lovely fly has been noted and will be added to your rare fly list. Thanks, Pat.
A fun fly, Thanks Pat