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Raven Amos
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Illustrator, graphic designer, photographer, sometimes-animator, and amateur paleo artist.
Illustrator, graphic designer, photographer, sometimes-animator, and amateur paleo artist.

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Some character design from +Scott Elyard!

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Day 4 of the #Sciart Tweetstorm - #FossilFriday , reconstructed. Three of some of my favorite fossil critters rendered in flesh and feathers.

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More #Sciart Tweetstorm madness - Day 3 features Pterosaur Pthrowback Pthursday, with two character design sheets of a rhamphorhynchus hatchling and the original ink sketch for "Cretaceous Critter Coffee Co."

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Day 2 of the #Sciart Tweetstorm - Wednesday Works In Progress! Featuring a few of the unfinished projects I have in the works.

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Been awhile since I posted here! +Glendon Mellow and the gang at +Scientific American blogs are unleashing the fury of the #Sciart Tweetstorm for the second year in a row! This was Tuesday's contribution.

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I've been very busy lately with new (and old) clients and have unable to post here. I'll dust this account off soon, I promise.
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Why I love paleontologists:

Assuming 50 KG (110 lbs) of regurgitant, impact velocity from 14 M (45 ft) height, and hard-packed sand as impact site, the average impact force of a Brachiosaurus bazooka barfing can be estimated to be 68,600 N (newtons) or 6,860 J (joules).

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New open access paper on PLOS One describes a new, really weird Triceratops cousin written by +Andrew Farke. This also marks my first published scientific illustration, the Triceratops silhouette on pages 2 & 12 (and in the preview).

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