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Wobbly Works Aug 1
A sleeping giant, Spinosaurus.
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MOTH👑MONARCH VS 2020 Jul 30
Besides the new luna moth pin coming up, I still have a lot of fun things in my shop & am shipping weekly! If you like bugs, nature, pins, or just neat art, check it out! 🐛
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Joschua Knüppe Aug 2
Results from the Proa, Cordatocaris (new radiodont), Colobomycter and Baptornis
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Ella Marushchenko Jul 30
New illustration from our studio! Water transport through nanotubes!
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Amy Cheu Jul 30
Been catching a lot of these guys lately, so of course I had to draw them. Sceloporus occidentalis.
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Gabriel N. U. Jul 27
There are over 110 species of in the Americas (primarily South America) yet most people don’t know about them. Here is a small sample of them. These sketches are of the tribe Didelphini of Didelphid marsupials, some of the most common
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Paige Madison Aug 2
I don't know about you all, but my day could use a little by Charles Knight.
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Joschua Knüppe Aug 1
Results from the ! Fruitadens, Siderops, Paleomastodon and Pinacoceras.
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Henry is wearing a mask and drawing dinosaurs Jul 29
The young Dilophosaurus and the huge mistake
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Gabriel N. U. Jul 30
Here is a line drawing and a watercolor/gouache illustration I did a LONG time depicting some of the differences between Anolis jacare (A in drawing) and A. anatoloros (B in drawing and all color illustrations), an anole species I described
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Alena Ebeling-Schuld Jul 31
This year, I’m participating in the Project! Each week of 2020, I’ll be researching a different species + sharing my findings with you! I’m a bit behind... but I’m not giving up! For week 20, I chose the SUPER ADORABLE Hawaiian Bobtail Squid!
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Laurel Mundy Jul 30
Hey folks! Remember my Birding Washington map? I finally made prints—11x14’s now in my shop! Each comes with a bird identification key 🦅 Please RT if you know any Washington birders who might like one ☺️
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Kelly Stanford 19h
Following on from the success of my ‘Science of Animal Crossing’ posters, I’m now creating a weekly series of illustrated posters exploring the in-game bugs! Here’s the first lot - so pleased with how these beetles (ESPECIALLY the rainbow stag) turned out! 😊
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Andrew Edginton Wildlife Art Jul 27
Age 17. Development on Carrion Crow. Watercolour A5. Hope you like it. View full screen to see detail :)
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Gabriel N. U. Jul 26
PREVIEW. Preliminary version of a plate from my book (currently working on it). This is plate 1 of 3 depicting the tetrapods of the Monte San Giorgio area (Middle Triassic). Each plate is accompanied by a facing page with a brief description of each taxon
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Gabriel N. U. Jul 31
Work in Progress. Very early stages of this illustration depicting the coelurosaur Aorun preying on a small mammal in a Late Jurassic dry forest of China. I have spend about 4 hours in this piece, mostly concentrate on the head so far
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Amoeba Sisters Jul 29
He's been training for this.
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Cenozoic Central Jul 27
Well, I ended up doing more sketches. It truly is a cursed creature from hell, except the baby, its kind of cute somehow.
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Kelly Stanford Jul 27
Here’s this weeks set of Science Pusheen Illustrations - Chemist, Fire ecologist 🔥, Cetologist and VR outreach! Was great being able to make a new Chemistry Pusheen seeing as it was the very first sci Pusheen I made last year. Really happy with the outcome! 👩‍🔬😊
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Meetali Barhate Aug 2
This is a botanical illustration of tiger lily that I have recreated. I misunderstood this as a simple drawing of a flower, but realised that it requires a lot of detailing.
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