We haven't done a Field & Stream fish art lesson in a while. I think we're due. The work below is part of the collection of 28-year-old Japanese fisherman turned artist Iori Tomita, and how he creates these glowing skeletons is pretty wild. It takes three to six months to complete even a tiny fish, which he first soaks in a witch's brew of chemicals that break down muscle proteins, making the fish transparent. Then he applies red and blue dyes, which cling to the hard and soft cartilages and bones. He calls them "New World Transparent Specimens." His tool of choice for holding the fish while he works? Chop sticks.