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Strike-dip.com Apr 22
I like to visualize non existing, theoretical things. One of these visualizations - relations of garnet minerals. Hope you find this interesting and useful.
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Mora Art.🎨✏ Mar 4
Im join!!! This is my Three beetles🐞
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Mere Johnson Mar 1
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Nalini Aug 15
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Life Science Studios Dec 9
Painting the dark stripes on this Julidochromis species.
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Canaan- Recently Deceased Aug 10
Here is my portfolio for in the field of Job offers please dm
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Sarah Baird Jan 20
Tried something new this week, colored pencils! Wild goldfish for .
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Zeke Soares Apr 17
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Daniel S. Carvalho 🌈 Jul 13
Hi, plant biologists of Twitter, I draw plants for my figures (and for fun too πŸ˜†) and decided to make them available for anyone to use/modify as they like. They're on my page: Below: soybean and teff.πŸ˜ƒ
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Charon Henning will be at Dragon*Con🎨 Jun 14
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Duygu Koldere Vilain 🧬✍ Scientific Visuals Jun 11
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Chris Masna Jun 25
Reconstruction of the giant cretaceous salamanders Habrosaurus for
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Jody Green Feb 13
This week’s pencil illustration of my specimen for class. I’ll need to cut down on the caffeine for the pen & ink version. It’s only Week 5, but I’m never short of specimens in this job. This is both a good thing and a bad thing.
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Stephanie Dziezyk Mar 12
I finished a new personal drawing! Little parksosaurs foraging for various riffraff. 3 x 5 inches. Fuzzy !
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Mesa Schumacher Dec 17
Check out my 2 page spread for Aramco World magazine on camel evolution and migration! Did you know camels originated in North America?
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PiecesofnaturebyAnna Dec 5
Look at these stunning plates from 1852 in Oliver Goldsmiths β€œA History of the Earth and Animated Nature.” Mum is moving house after more than 50 years in the family home and I found these amongst her books.
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Nemi Apr 9
Scientific illustration practice: Macheiramphus alcinus (bat hawk).
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Robert Boessenecker 🐳 Jun 16
Just finished colorizing this illustration of an extinct leatherback (Psephophorus) off the Santa Cruz coast 5 million years ago. Never again will I do jellies like this. Paper coming soon... digital/graphite, ~20 hours.
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Octopus Fans Club πŸ™ Mar 6
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Stephanie Dziezyk 2h
The process behind drawing the skull cast. Not bad for the first time back in 2013!
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