Category Archives: Tetrapods

Fossils For Africa is out… and not all are dinosaurs of course!

This little Euparkeria (revised  by John Hutchinson  and Dave Hone, both of whom I also thank here) is one of the several new illustrations featured in the new Anusuya Chinsamy-Turan  book “Fossils For Africa” that I have been advertising here for a … Continue reading

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Outtakes from the Golden Book (2)

Not dinosaurs this time… just a couple of scenes from the Paleozoic: this one from the Carboniferous… with Meganeura attacking Hylonomus, a giant scropion and an anthracosaur in the background. The tree trunk is based on a real Carboniferous fossil, … Continue reading

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The John R. Hutchinson Team does it again… in NATURE.

Embargo lifted and here we are…Kudos to John R. Hutchinson! He has made it once again and this time in the prestigious science magazine  NATURE. Hutchinson is not only a man of science, but also a man with imagination and sense of … Continue reading

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Oldies from Dinosaurs In The Round… From 3D to 2D.

Here’s the Cretaceous diorama from Dinosaurs In The Round . When you have to do a cardboard cut-out 3D piece, the computer layering system is quite valuable . Here I tried to put together all the layers as they would … Continue reading

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And now for something completely different… Mammals!

After we did together our now famous Dinosaurs From Africa book, there was always some room to do some more collaborations. Anusuya Chinsamy is famous for her histology and metabolic studies of fossil animals… here’s my latest work illustrating her … Continue reading

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