Since am busy on the next (top secret!) book, I haven’t had time for new stuff. So I thought I would subject you all to my pretence at music - stuff I have pasted together in Garageband. Oh man I bet you are all so damn excited.
This one is from 2004, and I call it Smoove.
Darren and John discuss sexual selection in dinosaurs , the morality of The Thing and the perpetual debate on what is canon . Live Twitter (hashtag #tetrapodcats, typo deliberate) questions include a very serious question from Mark Witton and invasive species during the Cretaceous. Thanks to all those who donated, and put the podcast in profit, we’re going to Vegas! (No, we’re not.)
“Ain’t got no car? He’ll get you one”
A good old Photoshop painting.
So much sense I am making. That’s a snazzy suit - he’s like the Don Draper of brachiosaurs.
The entirety of my sauropod herd speed-painting set. What handsome critters they were. If you have enjoyed this series, please consider buying a print on my website.
The final sauropod herd painting (well of this batch anyway), the grand, if ugly, Camarasaurus lentus. Based on this great photo of an elephant herd by Fred Hoogervorst. You can buy a print of this work, with the other sauropod herds series, here.
Darren and I make a podcast, don’t you know. Sometimes we talk all sciencey and sensible-like about tetrapods, and sometimes we don’t. In this episode, we don’t. You should subscribe, because that would make us feel good.
The eighth in my sauropod herds series: Europasaurus was a sauropod from the Late Jurassic of Germany. Weighing in at titchy tonne or so, it is thought to be an example of island dwarfism.