EAGLES painted in the computer by D'Lynn Waldron, PhD ©.
D'Lynn's eagles were digitally painted with the pioneering technology she developed. The original version of the stern eagle was the very first work of computer fine art done in 24 bit color with a pressure sensitive stylus. D'Lynn got to do that because she told the code writers how the driver of the first Wacom tablet could be made to work and so got to use it first, which was back in the 1980's using a Mac II. She later did much higher res versions for publication with a flag and other backgrounds. The next year after the stern eagle she did the angry eagle for another magazine cover.