This new edition of the series will not be as ambitious as the first, and will only be featuring weekly Palaeo-art content sent to us at firstname.lastname@example.org or that appears in my reading list (Craig. I do subscribe to a lot of the usual suspects, but to make sure your art gets a plug be sure to email the link for your piece to me!)
So without further ado here are the palaeo-art activities that caught my attention this week.
A Stegosaur and Olorotitan WIP over at Art by Angie.
James Gurney shows off some Dinotopia stuff.
The Weapon of Mass Imagination is working on a 3D Corythosaur.
Love in the time of Chasmosaur shares an old Dinosaur sticker album.
Trish is working on a whole bunch of Art Cards, Editions, and Originals.
Austin Translation presents another page of his Terrordactyl
Palaeoexhibit presents his new version of Daemonosaurus.
Dave Hone's Archosaur Musing presents an interview and art by Brian Choo.
Raptor's Nest presents Blue and Red Archaeopteryxs
Over on Flying Trilobite we get a new rendition of the Dimetrodon Sphinx.
That is what I saw happening in Palaeo-art on the net this week. Be sure to get your work featured here every week (I'm try to figure out a regular day, but for now we'll say every midweek) by email the link to email@example.com or by posting a comment on the previous Transitional ART Forms post.