Ok, I posted an initial image in the gallery of my first version of this, an adaptation from Drew Chicones book "Feather Brain" which I absolutely love and highly recommend. I have never really been a synthetic material user but nearly all his flies use some form of EP or SF fibers, but they look hella cool so I jumped on it. My perspective is to adapt his tropical saltwater patterns for Puget Sound use, so downsizing and tweaking the colors. My first effort was his Mr Chumlee, a topwater slider designed to mimic a wounded baitfish. I did this one tonight and it meets my standards for size and shape, but I see more variety in shapes an colors down the road. Fun stuff and a nice tying break from my norm! The pattern is 2.5"X1"X1/4" in size and I used: Gama SL11-3H #8 EB fibers 3D: Baitfish Belly and Dark Olive Red floss Bottom Topside Profile Enjoy!