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The Art of the Dinosaur.

Presenting: The Art of  the Dinosaur. It is difficult to describe my excellent relationship with a consummate professional like Mr. Kazuo Terakado, science journalist and senior researcher at the Japan Space Forum. His love for Dinosaur Art seems to have … Continue reading

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A Monumental Distraction… Now finally named: Borealopelta!

 It’s been a while since I do something spiky and scaly… no feathers this time! But I couldn’t resist the temptation: It is not very often there’s a find as this remarkable nodosaur fossil  now at the  Tyrrell Museum, the supreme Dinosaur Mecca … Continue reading

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Bonapartesaurus, a new Gondwana saurolophine.

Finding new Gondwana hadrosaurs is always an event. I have had the great pleasure and honour to restore this robust new saurolophine for my friend Penélope Cruzado Caballero, that has done her PhD on hadrosaurs!. She has always been the Hadrosaur … Continue reading

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Art, Science… and Neoteny!

There’s hardly anything more thrilling for me than customising a fossil cast. It combines hard observation, painting and modelling skills and using the right materials. Above all, it is ideal to have a good reference you can use to copy … Continue reading

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When Cardiff went an extra mile for Hatching the Past (Dinosaur Babies)!

  I frankly thought that, after seeing so many settings of Gondwana Studio’s  Hatching The Past I was never going to be surprised by attending  yet another opening… boy was I wrong! First of all the team of the Museum … Continue reading

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Utahraptor’s Week changes everything…

Scott Hartman has blown everybody’s mind with his new skeletal restoration of the intriguing giant dromeosaur. I seized the opportunity to actually “finish” my “Archaeopteryx Family” mural touring with the recent show by Silver Plume Exhibitions’ “Dinosaurs Take Flight, The Art of Archaeopteryx” and that might be … Continue reading

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The Ceratopsians from Aldama…

Our Mexican dinosaur spree continues! Presenting a herd of mid-sized chasmosaurine ceratosians from the region of Aldama, Chihuahua, Mexico indicates that there were more species relative to Nasutoceratops. The Museo del Mammut in the northern state of Chihuahua has tried this reconstruction, but … Continue reading

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