Wednesday, December 19, 2007
CMNH Ace photographer, Liz Russell, photographs the U of A Centrosaurus skull that I'm having prepped.
Katie Russell and David Chapman mold a small Dunkleosteous that we'll be selling in the new year. This small specimen will be a nice alternative for museum's who don't have space for or can't afford the larger cast we also sell (see below). Many thanks to David and Katie for burning the midnight oil to finish this before Christmas!
The CMNH Dunkleosteous skull cast on display at the State Museum of Pennsylvania in Harrisburg.
Bob Sullivan (left) explains Dracorex to funny book artist, Mark Schultz on our recent visit to Harrisburg.
One of the Coelophysis displays in Harrisburg.
Posted by Michael J. Ryan, Ph.D. at 11:09 AM