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Re: My 2 cents on dino-artists



The tyrannosaurus is King Kong (1933) scratched his head when he entered
the scene.

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> From: T.A. Curtis <kodiak@inetworld.net>
> To: dinosaur@usc.edu
> Cc: daveyohill@earthlink.net
> Subject: My 2 cents on dino-artists
> Date: Friday, May 08, 1998 10:41 AM
> 
.  I have no problem imagining that
> his illustration of an allosaur lying on its side scratching behind its
ear
> with a rear leg is absolutely real (see Predatory Dinos of the World p.
> 119).  And by real, I mean. . . well, it isn't one of his best
> illustrations.  But I can't recall any other artist having the
imagination
> to show a dinosaur doing such a mundane, absolutely *normal* thing.  To
me
> that's almost revolutionary in and of itself.
>