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Elasmosaurus Skeleton

RedBubble Stuff by Scott - Mon, 2018-04-30 00:43


by cubelight

Skeleton of Elasmosaurus, used as the basis for a painting in the 2018 Gallimaufric Science art show: http://cgfx.us/gallhall

Except for the stickers, this is a white on black design.

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Pterosaur Sunset (Light Version)

RedBubble Stuff by Raven - Mon, 2018-01-22 13:57


by Raven Amos

Quetzalcoatlus is a large flying reptile, part of an extinct group of animals called pterosaurs – a close cousin to dinosaurs. It was thought to have launched its giraffe-sized bulk into the air by using its wings like two giant pole-vaults.

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Pterosaur Sunset (Dark Version)

RedBubble Stuff by Raven - Mon, 2018-01-22 13:26


by Raven Amos

Quetzalcoatlus is a large flying reptile, part of an extinct group of animals called pterosaurs – a close cousin to dinosaurs. It was thought to have launched its giraffe-sized bulk into the air by using its wings like two giant pole-vaults.

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PICKS...or it didn't happen!

Raven Amos on DeviantArt - Tue, 2017-08-22 12:32
Dig this pun. Geology jokes rock!

Inspired by a thread on Dr. Thomas Holtz's Facebook page: www.facebook.com/thomas.holtz/…

Now available as shirts and much, much more!
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PICKS...or it didn't happen!

RedBubble Stuff by Raven - Tue, 2017-08-22 00:15


by Raven Amos

Dig this pun. Geology jokes rock!

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cyrillictypewriter:Electric Parrot by S. Elyard: Psittacosaurus...

Tiki Cosmonaut Project - Sat, 2017-08-19 18:41


cyrillictypewriter:

Electric Parrot by S. Elyard: Psittacosaurus sibiricus, completed just in time for the Shields and Spears art show in Anchorage, Alaska.

One of the newest paintings made specifically for our Odds and...

Tiki Cosmonaut Project - Sat, 2017-08-19 15:03


One of the newest paintings made specifically for our Odds and Ends Art Show, this scene features Dolichorhynchops and vast numbers of ammonites in an ethereal struggle for survival. In all such cases, lights are involved.

This is the fourth painting in the eletrotiki series.

Fishing in the Land of Giants

Raven Amos on DeviantArt - Tue, 2017-08-15 01:59

A scene of the estuaries of Pleistocene era California depicting a scavenging short-faced bear, Arctodus simus, feeding off a spawned-out female Oncorhynchus rastrosus, the "saber-toothed" salmon, with an entourage of ancestral California gulls, Larus californicus. In the water, a pair of speculative ocean-phase Oncorhynchus enters the estuary looking for food, while a pair of spawning males jockey for status and position, ready to meet their fate upstream.

Produced for the upcoming textbook by Dr. Darren Naish of University of Portsmouth, England tentatively titled "The Vertebrate Fossil Record". Want to see more art and sketches? Subscribe to my Patreon page (www.patreon.com/alaskanime) and get sneak peeks at my works in progress, early access to finished paintings and more!


17 Years of Weird Art

Raven Amos on DeviantArt - Thu, 2017-08-10 20:57
It's DeviantArt's 17th birthday! Here's a thing that's weird using their template - a guy with a handlebar moustache and frizzy hair in awe at a flying goldfish with a bird in his hair and an elephant at his elbow.

Onchorhynchus rastrosus (2017)

Raven Amos on DeviantArt - Thu, 2017-08-10 14:48
An updated and more accurate version of the giant Miocene-Pleistocene era "saber-toothed" salmon. It turns out their "saber teeth" were actually outward-facing tusks the length of an adult's thumb.

The Great Electric Ammonite Hunt

Scott Elyard on DeviantArt - Wed, 2017-08-09 12:49
One of the newest paintings made specifically for our Odds and Ends Art Show, this scene features Dolichorhynchops and vast numbers of ammonites in an ethereal struggle for survival. In all such cases, lights are involved.

This is the fourth painting in the eletrotiki series.

Tyrannosaur skull Anaglypghic

Scott Elyard on DeviantArt - Wed, 2017-07-05 13:05
Get out your Red and Blue stereoscopic glasses for this one.

Dinosaurs Are Gnarly!

Raven Amos on DeviantArt - Tue, 2017-05-09 02:09
Live fast, die ugly! Some predatory dinosaurs led rough and dangerous lives, often leaving them scarred and in ill health. In fact, many dinosaur skeletons reveal old battle scars and wounds sustained in life, as well as symptoms of disease.

Available as a shirt (and other items) on NeatoShop and Design By Humans!

NeatoShop:
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Design By Humans:
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Elephant's Rainbow

Raven Amos on DeviantArt - Thu, 2017-04-13 00:58
An elephant paints a dripping, colorful rainbow in the sky. Made for the DesignByHumans Eco Collection - if you buy an "Elephant's Rainbow" t-shirt during the month of April 2017, DesignByHumans will plant a tree!

Available here: www.designbyhumans.com/shop/t-…
Also available on NeatoShop: www.neatoshop.com/product/Elep…

Alice in Wonderland

Raven Amos on DeviantArt - Tue, 2017-03-21 00:58
Alice the pint-sized Nanuqsaurus takes a turn into a forgotten garden of ancient ferns, gingkoes, conifers, and cycad holdovers from a younger, wetter Earth along the banks of ancestral Prince Creek and Colville River - no doubt, feeling very small indeed among the towering cypress and dawn redwood trees.

Yawning Papilloma Virus-Infected Deinonychus

Raven Amos on DeviantArt - Tue, 2017-03-21 00:46
A yawning Deinonychus (doing that weird neck thing that shoebills and pelicans can do) suffers from a form of Papilloma virus heavily infecting his legs and other parts of his body.

Ammonite

RedBubble Stuff by Scott - Fri, 2017-03-03 21:46


by cubelight

It’s an ammonite!

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Remembering Lucy

CMNH - Fri, 2017-02-17 05:00
The Museum’s Beloved River Otter Touched Millions of Visitors
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Delving Deeper into Dinosaur Bones

CMNH - Thu, 2017-02-09 09:47
Long-lived soft tissue remnants in fossils provide new information
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How Do You Restore a Flattened Fossil?

CMNH - Fri, 2017-01-27 05:23
Computer modeling and 3-D printing to the rescue
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