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  1. Hiya - I'm wondering if anyone can help me fill in the missing areas of my ichthyosaur sculpt? It's an attempt at an ichthyosaurus breviceps skull but I just can't find any photos / diagrams that give me the information / confidence to complete the back. Any help would be really appreciated! many thanks!
  2. 3d printed trex model

    Been printing out this 3d model for the last 4 days I got from thingiverse, still need to paint it but had to show it off.
  3. classic,IMHO

    inEWESTcephalopsuturesrep89.pdf I loved fig.5,the reconstruction. Pictorially stunning If you already have the classic Westermann ,Oloriz,Hewitt and Checa literature: this is right up there,and then some But do I recommend it? on Doush's PDF-grade-o-meter*: 11 out of 10 *patent pending
  4. Archeoceti skulls 3d WIP

    Hello again, on my constant search for 3d archeoceti references I stumbled upon a method that seems very promising: I took a 3d scan of a dog skull that I scanned myself via photogrammetry and twisted it around until it looked more or less dorudontine to me. That´s much less work than building the dorudon-skull from primitive shapes. Took me about 3 hours so far. This Method seems nearly unlimited to me (for artistic uses anyway) Take the closest recent skull you can get and transform it into your species of choice. I have never done anything like that before (not digitally at least) and after one day trying around Iam astonished at the result. Archeoceti here I come! here is the 2d reference I used: https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Datei:Dorudon_atrox_and_Maiacetus_inuus.jpg I hope for contructive advice on what is still wrong with the skull. Does it have to look so evil from the front? that´s what came out when I tried to recreate the top- and side view. Best Regards, J J
  5. Trilobite 3D printing project

    I'm working making a 3D printed trilobite. I'm new to FF, lured here by so many informative posts and pictures, some of which have been invaluable in modeling this "bug." Here's a look at the 3D model so far, made and rendered in Blender. (My avatar provides another view.) If anyone has pictures of specimens of this species group (which I hope the experts can easily identify!), particularly with soft tissues preserved, I would be very grateful for pointers. I've been working from the Harrington 1959 reconstruction, salted with specimens found here and elsewhere online, spiced with a little imagination, and served with a giant helping of 3D printing constraints. The biggest constraint is that the frilly details won't survive the 3D printing post-processing; secondarily, I want to make something robust enough for people to handle. I'm doing this because I always wanted to hold a trilobite, to pick one up out of the rock, turn it over, run my fingers along the spines. Wandering the forums, I get the feeling that I'm not alone! -- Allan
  6. Model Anomalocaris

    From the album Anomalocaris and friends.

    This is a great (not quite accurate) model of an Anomalocaris that I got for Xmas. Now when visitors ask "what's that smudge on that rock?", instead of pulling up a pic I can simply show them the model.
  7. These are a few of the pdf files (and a few Microsoft Word documents) that I've accumulated in my web browsing. MOST of these are hyperlinked to their source. If you want one that is not hyperlinked or if the link isn't working, e-mail me at gallo_j@aol.com and I'll be happy to send it to you. Please note that this list will be updated continuously as I find more available resources. All of these files are freely available on the Internet so there should be no copyright issues. HAVE FUN! Coloring Pages Allosaurus - firstpalette.com Ammonites - Fossil Facts and Finds Ammonite and Orthoceras - Fossil Facts and Finds Ankylosaurus - firstpalette.com Archaeopteryx - Fossil Facts and Finds Archaeopteryx - Melbourne Museum Archaeopteryx - firstpalette.com Brachiopods - Fossil Facts and Finds Brachiopods Scene - Fossil Facts and Finds Brachiosaurus - partystarking.com Brachiosaurus - firstpalette.com Camarasaurus - firstpalette.com Cretaceous Dinosaurs - firstpalette.com Crinoids - Fossil Facts and Finds Dinosaur Coloring Book of Garden Park - Skyline Elementary, School District Fremont County Re-1 Dinosaur Size - HomeScience Tools Ice Age Giants - Denver Museum of Nature & Science Janjucetus hunderi - Melbourne Museum John Day Fossil Beds National Monument Coloring Sheets - National Park Service Jurassic Dinosaurs - firstpalette.com Koolasuchus cleelandi - Melbourne Museum Learn About Texas Dinosaurs - Texas Parks and Wildlife My Dinosaur Coloring Book (prehistoric animals) Paleozoic Seas - Fossil Facts and Finds Parasaurolophus - firstpalette.com Quantassaurus intrepidus - Melbourne Museum Quetzalcoatlus - kids-dinosaurs.com Redlichia - Melbourne Museum Sauropods - Fossil Facts and Finds Spinosaurus - partystarking.com Spinosaurus - firstpalette.com Stegosaurus - Fossil Facts and Finds Stegosaurus - kids-dinosaurs.com Stegosaurus - partystarking.com Stegosaurus - firstpalette.com Stenacanthus altonensis - Melbourne Museum Triceratops - Fossil Facts and Finds Triceratops - kids-dinosaurs.com Triceratops - partystarking.com Triceratops - firstpalette.com Trilobites - Fossil Facts and Finds Tyrannosaurus rex - Fossil Facts and Finds Tyrannosaurus rex - kids-dinosaurs.com Tyrannosaurus rex - partystarking.com Tyrannosaurus rex - firstpalette.com Crossword Puzzles Fossils - science-teachers.com Megalodon - Cabrillo Marine Aquarium The Cenozoic Era - Fossil Finds and Facts The Mesozoic Era - Fossil Finds and Facts The Paleozoic Era - Fossil Finds and Facts What is a Fossil? - zuhlmuseum.nmsu.edu Hands-On Activities Directions for Making Impression Fossils - Beyond Penguins and Polar Bears Directions for Making Permanent Mold and Cast Fossils - Beyond Penguins and Polar Bears Make Your Own Fossil - Big River Journey Activity, National Park Service Make Your Own Trace Fossil - Museum of Science, Boston Modeling Petrified Wood - Texas Memorial Museum The Mystery Fossil Bones - M.J. Krech Cut-out Puppet of a Pterosaur - British Geological Survey Pattern (color) Pattern (black & white) Identification Sheets Common Fossils from the Devonian of Western New York (color, Hi-res) - The Fossilguy Common Vertebrate Fossils from the Miocene of Maryland and Virginia - The Fossilguy Common Invertebrate Fossils from the Miocene of Maryland and Virginia - The Fossilguy Common Paleocene Fossils of Charles County, MD - The Fossilguy Common Vertebrate Fossils from the Miocene and Pliocene of North Carolina - The Fossilguy Common Fossils from the Cretaceous of New Jersey - The Fossilguy Paper Models Ammonite Model - Canon Creative Park (Advanced) Pattern (A4) Assembly Instructions (A4) Pattern (LTR) Assembly Instructions (LTR) Crinoid Model - U.S. Geological Survey (Advanced) Trilobite and Orthocone Models - U.S. Geological Survey Nautiloid Model - Australian Geological Survey Organization Trilobite Model - Australian Geological Survey Organization Trilobite Model - British Geological Survey Pattern (color) Pattern (black & white) Wordsearches Ammonites Wordsearch - Fossil Facts and Finds Brachiopod Wordsearch - Fossil Facts and Finds Crinoids Wordsearch - Fossil Facts and Finds Fossil Wordsearch - Falls of the Ohio Fossil Wordsearch - Cave of the Mounds National Natural Landmark Fossil Wordsearch - geoschol.com Fossil Finder Wordsearch - Washington Centerville Public Library Fossils and Geologic Time Wordsearch - Fossil Facts and Finds Megalodon Wordsearch - Fossil Facts and Finds Trilobites Wordsearch - Fossil Facts and Finds What is a Fossil? Wordsearch - Fossil Facts and Finds Educational Resources Earth Science Educational Resources for Teachers - Aurora Fossil Museum (lots of good pictures of shark teeth, identification guides, coloring pages, etc.)
  8. Cambrian Model Aysheaia

    This is another of my Burgess shale replicas
  9. Cambrian Models

    This is my most recent sculpture I have made. I sculpt the original in clay. It usualy takes me a few months to complete a sculpture. When I am happy with the piece, I make a silcone mold of it. With the mold, I am able to cast a model in Urethane plastic. Once it is cast I can clean up the piece and I can airbrush it.