Beach boogers at Anchor Point.

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.

Reblog if you are a BIRD NERD or if your friend is a BIRD NERD

(Source: ripe-for-gelatino, via prehistoric-birds)

Hey, Glendon Mellow mentioned our show over on Symbiartic over at Scientific American!

Steller’s jays!

leprincelointain:

William Holbrook Beard (1825-1900), Phantom Crane - 1891

Wow.

leprincelointain:

William Holbrook Beard (1825-1900), Phantom Crane - 1891

Wow.

A peek at more progress for the Shields and Spears art show.

Must paint faster.

A peek at more progress for the Shields and Spears art show.

Must paint faster.

Today.

Today.

Postcards for our Shields and Spears art show, arranged. 

Want one? Send me your mailing address! (Cf. cgfx.us for e-mail.)

Postcards for our Shields and Spears art show, arranged.

Want one? Send me your mailing address! (Cf. cgfx.us for e-mail.)

design-is-fine:

Norbertine von Bresslern-Roth, Attack/Fight, Octopus and Lobster, 1923. Color linocut. Austria. Via Ketterer

design-is-fine:

Norbertine von Bresslern-Roth, Attack/Fight, Octopus and Lobster, 1923. Color linocut. Austria. Via Ketterer

(via moschops911)

Shields and Spears Art Show preview!

http://cyrillictypewriter.tumblr.com/post/96833680698/poster-for-our-upcoming-art-show-shields-and
palaeoplushies:

Here’s the Archaeopteryx from my display picture. I finally got this painting to a place I can almost call finished, and for now it’s going to have to do. I might come back to it later, but maybe not for a while!

palaeoplushies:

Here’s the Archaeopteryx from my display picture. I finally got this painting to a place I can almost call finished, and for now it’s going to have to do. I might come back to it later, but maybe not for a while!

How times changed.  This article is accompanied by some nifty mammal paleoart by Jim Holloway, by the way. 

Howery, David. “Into the age of Mammals.” Dragon Magazine Sept. 1988: 42-52. Print. 

(Picked this issue up today for a dollar. Worth it just for this alone.)

How times changed. This article is accompanied by some nifty mammal paleoart by Jim Holloway, by the way.

Howery, David. “Into the age of Mammals.” Dragon Magazine Sept. 1988: 42-52. Print.

(Picked this issue up today for a dollar. Worth it just for this alone.)