I wish I had a picture of a real one of my own so I could upload it but you can do an image search in your favourite search engine online for "female pelecinid" or "pelecinus polyurator" to see more examples (or click the link below). The females have the groovy tails, the males are more regular looking type wasps.
This instructible isn't very instructive, it's mainly just a few work in progress shots I took during creation for consult with or approval from the client. He seemed fairly happy with the end result, I'm waiting to hear how the person he gives it to feels about it, they're both Entomologists so they'll be excellent judges for the subject matter.
I really wanted to take more pictures...better pictures...of the finished project but time got away from me and I was really hard pressed to finish it on time. It was meant to be given as a christmas present and it was BARELY dry to the touch when it was picked up on the 24th. So I didn't get a chance to set up the lights and camera...