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#Sciart explores the relationship between science, art, and illustration.
The fantastic 60 cm-long clockwork Euparkeria capensis (Parker’s good animal) snacks delicately on a robotic rarity: a Takara-style micro-man from the far future or an alternate dimension or something (prints available in blue and red).
This was created as a mascot for our art show, Archosaurs & Automata held in January of 2013 at Modern Dwellers in Anchorage, Alaska.
Hadrosaur Skull Watercolor.
Nigerian Pterosaur Watercolor.
Skull of the Elasmosaurus rendered in watercolors.
Elvis the Cryolophosaurus pauses under the Aurora Australis during the summer months of cold in Antarctica.
Electric 'Parrot': Psittacosaurus sibiricus; parrot-lizard from Siberia, rendered along the lines of the Trikeratos and Gloom of Duralumin Dragons paintings.
I guess this makes two ceratopsians to receive the electrotiki treatment. Anyway, there's prints and such available here.
An electrotiki representation of the skeletons of Guidraco venator. Prints are available here.
The title was suggested by scientific illustrator Emily Willoughby. (The second print of this piece was auctioned off at the 2013 Society for Paleontology meeting.)