Our great trio is again for 2024, however not all issues are as they had been… largely they’re, although. We get again into the swing of Classic Dinosaur artwork, or is that Nostalgic Dinosaur Artwork? We discover the work of Mark Hallett, the person Marc as soon as declared his Favorite Palaeoartist Ever, because it seems in Stephen and Sylvia Czerkas’ Dinosaurs: A International View, additionally that includes works by John Sibbick and Douglas Henderson. Then, Marc and Natee interview Andy Frazer, also called Dragons of Wales, on his inventive and provocative palaeoart, in addition to his extra fantasy-oriented works. Is Hallett nonetheless Marc’s favorite? The place do the hornlets on Jurassic Park’s T. rex come from? Would you kiss a Yangchuanosaurus? What’s the worst recommendation you can provide to a budding artist? Is there going to be a everlasting merchandise about dinosaur toys on the podcast? (No.) And what was the title of our editor once more? Discover out in episode 31! And need Natee a contented belated birthday!
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Classic Dinosaur Artwork
Dinosaurs: A International View (or: DE OERWERELD VAN DE DINOSAURIËRS) options the art work of John Sibbick, Douglas Henderson and Mark Hallett, in addition to its creator, the late Stephen Czerkas. It’s the work of Mark Hallett, because it seems on this e-book, which we give attention to on this episode.
- Marc’s authentic overview of Dinosaurs: A International View might be discovered right here, right here and right here.
Andy Frazer is named Dragons of Wales, additionally the title of one in all his books. He’s a palaeoartist and fantasy illustrator whose most up-to-date artwork e-book, EX|TERRA, acquired a glowing overview from Marc. That’s not all: the followup will likely be launched this very week.