Monday, August 26, 2013

Mesozoic Miscellany 63

In the News

Important new multituberculate: It's Rugosodon. Check out Nat Geo, The Dragon's Tales, and Paleoexhibit.

The Disney D23 convention revealed more about Pixar's The Good Dinosaur. More at Entertainment Weekly and i09.

Around the Dinoblogosphere

Our Marc reviewed the beautiful new Papo figure of an animal which is definitely a dinosaur, Dimetrodon, at the Dinosaur Toy Blog.

At Saurian, Mark Wildman wrote an excellent post about the "duelling dinosaurs" auction.

Redbubble featured a big bushel of dinosaur designs on their blog, including the work of some familiar illustrators.

Naish wrote about lovely azhdarchids at TetZoo. Of the Richard Orr illustration for Dixie Doug's Prehistoric Reptiles: "Richard Orr’s painting... always makes me think of one of Hieronymus Bosch’s scenes of Hell. Truly, it’s a horrific, terrifying scene..."

More zoo photos from Heinrich at Dinosaurpalaeo, focusing on Australian birds.

Scott Hartman sat down to chew the fat with Dave Hone for an Archosaur Musings interview.

Matt Martyniuk delved into the history of the term T. rex in pop culture at Dinogoss.

Reading Jurassic Park in 2013 is weird as hell, reports Trish Arnold.

Ian Garofalo wrote about Maleevosaurus at Mesozoic Mullings.

Paleoart Pick

James Gurney has released a video instuction series called How I Paint Dinosaurs. Check it out!

Outrageously Off-Topic Indulgence

Lego master Chris McVeigh has been making really cool constructions of drawings of popular characters. Here's Cookie Monster.

C is for Cookie

Check out more by clicking through to Flickr or at his Tumblr.

1 comment:

  1. " . . . an animal which is definitely a dinosaur . . ." ORLY?


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