Just finished sending off my new business card design to the printers.  Pretty excited to see them.  You can grab one yourself if you come see my table at the Alternative Press Expo this weekend in San Francisco.  Table 713.

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@StudioSpectre: Quick little #tarbosaurus #sketch. #dinosaur #tyranosaurid #paleoart #dino #prehistoric #feathers #birds

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My personal spin on various species of dinosaurs!

Available in my shop as prints, shirts, and even a tote bag if you are the toting type!

NICE. Love ‘em!

I really wanted to share these because they are a different spin on dinosaurs that we are so used to seing and they are really well done

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Skeletal restoration by William D. Matthew from 1905, the first reconstruction of Tyrannosaurus rex ever published.  So I reconstructed it.  I’m pretty certain this is what T. rex actually looked like.

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Allosaurus is a genus of large theropod dinosaur that lived 155 to 150 million years ago during the late Jurassic period. The name “Allosaurus” means “different lizard”.

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The Dinosaur’s Dance: Image from page 71 of “St. Nicholas [serial]” (1873) (by Internet Archive Book Images).

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when dinosaurs ruled the earth…. as they still do within the hollow-earth.

(via planet-motherfucker)

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Tupandactylus imperator

Fast Facts

When: It lived around 115 million years ago

Where: Near a freshwater lake in what is now Brazil

Wingspan: About 10 feet (3 m) 

Food: Fish

No other pterosaur had a bigger crest in relation to its body size than Tupandactylus imperator. Its spectacular crest swept from a bone on the front of its snout all the way over its head, and attached to a long rod jutting out from the back of its skull, like a sail. The extremely rare fossil specimen shows signs of the soft tissue between the bones of the crest—probably a substance similar to bird beaks.

See Tupandactylus and much more in Pterosaurs: Flight in the Age of Dinosaurs

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Allosaurus feeding her chicks, by James Gurney

The young are covered with a white coat of downy feathers.

Dinosaurs with tiger-like colour schemes are always awesome
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Differing Skeletal Models



You can find more dinosaur controversies here.

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