Skeletal drawings evolution. Image from Scott Hartman's blog
If you haven't visited Scott Hartman's new blog Skeletal Drawing yet, then you are in for a real treat!
He is currently presenting a definitive history of skeletal drawing through the ages in a three part series. If you think the evolution of the standard side-on skeletal drawing starts and finishes with Bob Bakker and Greg Paul, then, as Scott explains, you are sorely mistaken!
Extinct Elephant by Cuvier. Image from Scott Hartman's blog
-- Part one of the History of Skeletal Drawings covers the pre-20th century era; starting with Leonardo da Vinci and pausing at Richard Owens.
- Part two of the History of Skeletal Drawings covers the Bone Wars to the 1950's; continuing with O.C. Marsh and culminating with Charles R. Knight.
- Part three of the History of Skeletal Drawings covers the Modern Era; from the 1950's through the Dinosaur Renaissance.
Now go read the other posts he has on Skeletal Drawing, or drool over the wonderful skeletal drawings in SkeletalDrawing.com!
Tyrannosaurus rex from Osbourn. Image from Scott Hartman's blog