About a month ago I did a talk on my dinosaur illustration process, and the video of my talk is now online. The talk centers around the reconstruction of the new species of dinosaur Aquilops americanus that I was hired to do by Andy Farke and Matt Wedel for the Raymond Alf Museum of Paleontology.


Aquilops americanus a new species of basal ceratopsian dinosaur.

Aquilops americanus, a new species of basal ceratopsian dinosaur.

Also you can support original paleo art by purchasing a poster (12″x18″ – 30.48cm x 45.72cm) of the above illustration RIGHT HERE for $25. FREE shipping within the US!!:





If you want to see many of the images in my talk more clearly and read more about reconstructing Aquilops, be sure to check out my blog post Introducing Aquilops americanus.

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Oh, and here’s that ceratopsian family tree video from the end of my talk in full HD glory:

If you’d like to use the ceratopsian skull wall video in a presentation or whatever, feel free to download and use it:
DOWNLOAD UMNH CERATOPSIAN SKULL FAMILY TREE VIDEO
(right click to download)

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