Tag Archives: Anusuya Chinsamy

Odds and Sods… more extras for Anusuya Chinsamy’s Fossils For Africa.

Having fun with old artwork includes also  modifying existing pieces that  I never found completely satisfactory the first time around. This Tendaguru composition pretended to simply pleasantly illustrate all the famous well known animals from that famous Tanzanian formation. I have always found … Continue reading

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That was then… this is NOW!

Paul Sereno has released his new version of Spinosaurus… the details are still to be disclosed, but by what I saw in the little picture of his new mounted skeleton, this animal is even weirder than we ever thought, so … Continue reading

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The African Dinosaurs Saga continues…

Or could I call it my continuous searching for staying as close as possible to Nature? Everything started as an imaginative exercise a long time ago for the Holtz/Rey/Random House Encyclopaedia… now I wanted to go a little further. When … Continue reading

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This is not a Dinosaur…

  I am currently working in a another, brand new book about African prehistoric life with my friend Anusuya Chinsamy. She is the foremost expert in fossilised integument as well as African prehistory. We have worked in several books together … Continue reading

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SVP at LA… a personal chronicle.

It was a double whammy returning to LA and SVP at the same time. It’s been a while since my last Society of Vertebrate Paleontology meeting …and even longer while since I last had visited Los Angeles… In ’76, it … Continue reading

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