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  • noun Plural form of paleoartist.

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Examples

  • It's also a good venue for emerging paleoartists to showcase their work.

    Archive 2009-10-01

  • A lot of paleoartists go back and correct work as they find out things about the animals they've reconstructed and having an example of that on the site would be really cool.

    Deadline Fever

  • Would love it if all the preproduction artwork from yourself and the other great paleoartists as well somehow surfaced.

    More Dizzy Dinosaurs

  • It's also a good venue for emerging paleoartists to showcase their work.

    Prehistoric Times

  • Note to aspiring and established paleoartists: Prehistoric Times is a great venue for getting your work seen.

    Prehistoric Times and Digital Image

  • On your dinosaur art, did you have any influences from paleoartists Mark Hallett or Raul Martin?

    Interactivity

  • This organization includes medical illustrators, bird, insect, and botanical artists, paleoartists, and illustrators who work for natural history museums.

    Archive 2008-07-01

  • This organization includes medical illustrators, bird, insect, and botanical artists, paleoartists, and illustrators who work for natural history museums.

    Guild of Natural Science Illustrators

  • Dressing up dinos: Adding soft tissue to bone helps scientists, paleoartists bring ancient creatures to life The shod Kenyan runner on the left strikes the ground with his heel, creating a rapid, large collision force, while the barefoot runner on the right lands on the ball of her foot, avoiding a high collision force.

    Latest Science News Features, Blog Entries, Column Entries, Issues, Articles and Book Reviews

  • Dressing up dinos: Adding soft tissue to bone helps scientists, paleoartists bring ancient creatures to life The shod Kenyan runner on the left strikes the ground with his heel, creating a rapid, large collision force, while the barefoot runner on the right lands on the ball of her foot, avoiding a high collision force.

    Latest Science News Features, Blog Entries, Column Entries, Issues, Articles and Book Reviews

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