fuckyeahdinoart:

Styracosaurus Jungle - Neatorama Shirt by raven-amos

medievalpoc:

The history that you learn in school depends on which political party is in power in your district. Even college presidents are trying to control which version of History young people are allowed to learn.

People can say what they like about Medievalpoc “pushing an agenda”. My point? There…

cubelight:

Addendae to the Show:

These pieces are also on display for the show’s duration (through 31 October, as of this writing) for the Shields and Spears Art Show. Works include:

Moonlight Huntress by Raven Amos.

Red by S. Elyard.

Pachyrhinosaurus by Raven Amos.

Trikeratos by S. Elyard also features.

fieldmuseumphotoarchives:

Happy National Fossil Day!!!
Illinois state fossil is the Tullimonstrum gregarium, or more famously known as the Tully Monster.
Tullimonstrum have only been found in the Mazon Creek Fossil beds of Illinois, United States.
© The Field Museum, GEO85336, Photographer Ron Testa.
Tully monster concretions containing Tullimonstrum gregarium specimens. 
1989
© The Field Museum, GEO85141c, Photographer Ron Testa and Sophia Anastasiou Wasik.
Tully monster new model by Demetrios Betinis.
4x5 negative
10/20/1987

fieldmuseumphotoarchives:

Happy National Fossil Day!!!

Illinois state fossil is the Tullimonstrum gregarium, or more famously known as the Tully Monster.

Tullimonstrum have only been found in the Mazon Creek Fossil beds of Illinois, United States.

© The Field Museum, GEO85336, Photographer Ron Testa.

Tully monster concretions containing Tullimonstrum gregarium specimens. 

1989

© The Field Museum, GEO85141c, Photographer Ron Testa and Sophia Anastasiou Wasik.

Tully monster new model by Demetrios Betinis.

4x5 negative

10/20/1987

(via paleobiology)

cubelight:

Anchiceratops ornatus by Raven Amos for the Shields and Spears Art Show.

This digital image served as the basis for a black-light active acrylic painting, the incomplete version of which was exhibited on First Friday (3 October 2014).

cubelight:

Anchiceratops ornatus by Raven Amos for the Shields and Spears Art Show.

This digital image served as the basis for a black-light active acrylic painting, the incomplete version of which was exhibited on First Friday (3 October 2014).

cubelight:

Leptoceratops and chicks by Raven Amos for the Shields and Spears Art Show.

cubelight:

Leptoceratops and chicks by Raven Amos for the Shields and Spears Art Show.

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Styracosaurus by Raven Amos for the Shields and Spears Art Show.

More from our show (currently in progress).

cubelight:

Styracosaurus by Raven Amos for the Shields and Spears Art Show.

More from our show (currently in progress).

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

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

cubelight:

Pachyrhinosaurus and Friend by Raven Amos for the Shields and Spears Art Show. (Also available as a shirt.)

cubelight:

Pachyrhinosaurus and Friend by Raven Amos for the Shields and Spears Art Show. (Also available as a shirt.)

For the Shields and Spears art show: an albino Pachyrhinosaurus lakustai at sunset. Brooks Range, Cretaceous Alaska.

For the Shields and Spears art show: an albino Pachyrhinosaurus lakustai at sunset. Brooks Range, Cretaceous Alaska.

Video promotion for our art show, Shields and Spears , which starts today!

(At least that’s the plan. We start hanging the stuff in about twenty minutes.)

Beach boogers at Anchor Point.

"Throwback" Thursday: from 2005, Psittacosaurus mongoliensis. Carmine red pencil, with a bit of digital post-processing.

I vaguely recall scanning into Photoshop 3.0 on the SGI.

"Throwback" Thursday: from 2005, Psittacosaurus mongoliensis. Carmine red pencil, with a bit of digital post-processing.

I vaguely recall scanning into Photoshop 3.0 on the SGI.

The first show I ever worked on from 2007.

I’ve done six? seven? 6.5? … since then. I’ve learned a bit more since I first started. I do them rather differently now and I don’t do solo shows much any more, though even with other artists involved, these shows appear to be no less draining in terms of energy consumed.

Yet I apparently can’t stop doing these. Huh.

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