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Snake vs. Croc in Real and Hyper-Real Versions

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When illustrators embark upon a new illustration, hours of research and work go into constructing a scene that is believable, powerful, and informative. In 2009, when James Gurney was tasked with reconstructing Titanoboa, the largest snake that ever lived, his first priority was conveying the sheer size of a 48-foot long, 2500-lb. beast. Ultimately, he [...]

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ScienceArt Conference Hopping

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Reports of last week’s Guild of Natural Science Illustrator’s Annual Conference in Savannah, GA are in and it was another successful meeting. If you weren’t able to attend or you’re already jonesin’ for your next sciart fix, don’t stress. Across the border to our north is the next big scienceart convention. This time, it’s the [...]

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