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Re: New Website



Nice sculptures indeed, I particularly appreciated the crouched Quetzalcoatlus.
Just a curiosity: on which basis did you made a Sahrovipteryx-fashioned Schleromochlus, with a membrane between hindlimbs and tail?
Best,


                                        Silvio Renesto


At 17.29 08/10/2004 +0000, you wrote:
Hello All,

It's been quite a while since I have posted to the list, I've been busy working on a new website. I thought some of you may be interested in taking a look; http://www.fossilsmith.com

I still have much to do and all of the descriptions are very simple and need a LOT of fleshing out. Still, If any of you have suggestions I would love to hear them.

Please note that a few of the sculptures are inaccurate, I'm learning the hard way and hope to fix them as time permits.

Anyway, thanks for looking.

Sincerely,

Allan D. Smith
Fossilsmith Studios

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Prof. Silvio Renesto
Department of Structural and Functional Biology
Università degli Studi dell Insubria
via Dunant 3
21100 Varese
Italy
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