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Deinocheirus mirificus Dinosaur

RedBubble Stuff by Scott - Sat, 2017-01-07 16:42


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This dinosaur, known at first only from horribly huge and clawed hands, proved to be an amazing and surprising creature. While it was known to be an ornithomimosaur, the true extent of its bizarreness wasn’t uncovered until D. mirificus was discovered—sans skull—from a dig site in Mongolia in 2009. The looted skull actually turned up later via black market activity, and the fossil was eventually repatriated to Mongolia in 2014.

It is an amazing find, and I was present at the presentation at SVP in 2013.

Theropods are weird.

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Hero of Monsters

RedBubble Stuff by Raven - Tue, 2016-12-06 01:35


by Raven Amos

Linkzilla defends all of monsterkind!

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GaMario

RedBubble Stuff by Raven - Mon, 2016-12-05 17:21


by Raven Amos

Save the princess, then destroy Tokyo!

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Analogous Colors Calligram Tyrannosaur Skull

RedBubble Stuff by Scott - Sat, 2016-12-03 00:55


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The bones of the Tyrannosaur skull, hand-lettered in their relative shapes.

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Analogous Colors Calligram Triceratops Skull

RedBubble Stuff by Scott - Sat, 2016-12-03 00:31


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The bones of the Triceratops skull, hand-lettered in their relative shapes (analogous colors variant).

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Monocolor Calligram Triceratops Skull

RedBubble Stuff by Scott - Sat, 2016-11-19 17:23


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The bones of the Triceratops skull, hand-lettered in their relative shapes (monocolor variant).

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A Phylogeny of Robots

RedBubble Stuff by Scott - Sat, 2016-11-05 20:33


by cubelight

Do you know where your favorite toys come from? Their history? How they tie together?

Would you like to? And learn about other lines, some of which failed? Some of which retain their charm?

This diagram is likely for you.

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A Phylogeny of Robots

RedBubble Stuff by Scott - Sat, 2016-11-05 20:10


by cubelight

Do you know where your favorite toys come from? Their history? How they tie together?

Would you like to? And learn about other lines, some of which failed? Some of which retain their charm?

This diagram is likely for you.

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A Phylogeny of Robots

RedBubble Stuff by Scott - Sat, 2016-11-05 18:31


by cubelight

Do you know where your favorite toys come from? Their history? How they tie together?

Would you like to? And learn about other lines, some of which failed? Some of which retain their charm?

This diagram is likely for you.

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Calligram of the Anatomy of a Tyrannosaur Skull gradient

RedBubble Stuff by Scott - Tue, 2016-08-16 17:59


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The bones of the Tyrannosaur skull, hand-lettered in their relative shapes (color gradient variant).

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Black Calligram Tyrannosaur Skull

RedBubble Stuff by Scott - Thu, 2016-08-04 17:15


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The bones of the Tyrannosaur skull, hand-lettered in their relative shapes (black and white variant).

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Color Calligram Tyrannosaur Skull

RedBubble Stuff by Scott - Thu, 2016-08-04 16:39


by cubelight

The bones of the Tyrannosaur skull, hand-lettered in their relative shapes.

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Hunting Malice of the Ghost Dragon

RedBubble Stuff by Scott - Wed, 2016-01-13 00:32


by cubelight

This dramatically named pterosaur easily captures the imagination. Such big eyes! Such big teeth! Such a big mouth!

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Parker's Good Animal: Euparkeria capensis

RedBubble Stuff by Scott - Sat, 2016-01-09 16:00


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Though not a dinosaur, this skull of an ancient and distant cousin might make a fine gift for anyone who loves dinosaurs.

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Styracosaurus Jungle

RedBubble Stuff by Raven - Tue, 2015-03-10 21:25


by Raven Amos

Canada’s “spiked lizard” peers through the jungles of time.

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A Fall Day Out

RedBubble Stuff by Raven - Thu, 2015-02-12 14:00


by Raven Amos

A Leptoceratops mother and her three chicks go foraging among the cycads.

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An Albino at Sunset

RedBubble Stuff by Scott - Tue, 2014-12-02 21:55


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An albino Pachyrhinosaurus spp. acknowledges a subadult. The mountains of the Brooks Range are very pretty in the summers near the polar north.

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Electric Parrot (Psittacosaurus sibiricus)

RedBubble Stuff by Scott - Mon, 2014-12-01 13:13


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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 this treatment.

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Lesser Bowertyrant (Gorgosaurus libratus)

RedBubble Stuff by Raven - Fri, 2013-03-15 23:38


by Raven Amos

A speculative look at the behaviors and habits of long-gone creatures, submitted for Irregular Books’ “All Yesterdays” contest:

Gorgosaurus libratus – the lesser bowertyrant – courts a potential mate by constructing bowers of bone and driftwood and offering trophies of previous hunts or scavenging expeditions while displaying his iridescent feathers.

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Richard Basehart!

RedBubble Stuff by Scott - Mon, 2012-12-31 22:41


by cubelight

Richard Basehart! as elocuted by TV’s Gypsy of MST3K. Digital painting done from two practice speedpaintings as the last image of 2012 from me for our show, Archosaurs and Automata.

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