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I know William Stout did a version that was published as a cover to
the Dino Times, and that he had it prior to SVP94, 'cause he was
showing it the paleontologists that found it in Antartica at one of
the evening events (and also talking about what a delight flying to
sites in Antartica was.) I understand he did his restoration based on
stuff he did personally with the actual fossil.
It was a side pose-full body with a tree behind it-in a watercolor
style similar to Arthur Rackham's, and it made the crest look rather
like a spanish mantilla comb. This has been the only art I've seen
>I have only seen very basic news releases at the time of announcement, and
>would like to see any pictures, especially of the head, and crest. I noted
>James Gurney includes the dinosaur in his new book. It looks exactly like
>my replica. Perhaps he based his work on the same model.