Here’s a peek at a work in progress: it’s got two kinds of cephalopods, Stethacanthus, and crinoids front and center. Delicious.
…thanks for pointing at that. Provides a nice change of pace from where I work. That have me (the liberal-arts, English-degree guy) reverse-engineering their big machines that make tiny computer parts.
Ah, …to picnic on the shore of that distant, long-ago land.
Err… Are you sure that crinoids are cephalopods or am I misreading? I thought that crinoids were echinoderms and cephalopods were mollusca.
NEVERMIND! I was just misreading
Nice. But when do you plan to take up the Squidbillies?
That’s sort of what I want to do, but I feel guilty aspiring to be an artist when my parents are so convinced I can cure cancer… *rolls eyes*
I thought a crinoid was a monster from Doctor Who….
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