Monthly Archives: January 2013

Even more dinosaur skin

Dinosaur artists take note. The look and feel of dinosaur skin has come into a new age of fashion and taste. Dinosaur fans, prepare to be amazed at the new look of the old beasties. Continue reading

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More Dinosaur Skin

With so many variations of feathers and scales among dinosaurs and birds, it’s clear that the author describing dinosaurs in fiction has a “free range” of possibilities to choose from. Continue reading

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Dinosaur skin — scaly or furry?

Whatever is the paleo-artist to do? Scaly dinosaurs? Furry ones? Feathery? All of the above? None of the above? Only time and a lot of fossil digging will tell, but I’m in favor of trying out a new concept now and then. Continue reading

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New year, new book

Three novels are on the way this year: a medical thriller, a war story, and a dinosaur science fiction. Don’t fall behind in your reading. Continue reading

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