Art Evolved: The Pterosaur Gallery

3 07 2009

Good tidings and well-wishes!

If you haven’t been checking out Craig Dyke’s “Art Evolved” paleoart blog, which sports (among many other things) a bi-monthly gallery containing reconstructions of a featured prehistoric group from all around the paleo-blogosphere, you’ve been doing yourself a great dis-service. Previously, the ceratopsians and synapsids have entered their spotlight and this month, the ever-popular pterosaurs have been called to the stage. For its next installment, the blog will take a break from vertebrate galleries to feature the weird and wonderful anomalocarids.

One of these days, I have got to submit something!

May the fossil record continue to enchant us all!

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5 07 2009
Craig Dylke

Thanks for the shout out!

We appreciate it, and would love to be graced by some of your work in the future (it is never too late to submit to an old gallery either though)

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