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Hey as you know I'm hosting the next boneyard. Jus...

2008-11-25T04:45:00.000-05:00

Hey as you know I'm hosting the next boneyard. Just want to make sure we get as many entries as possible. Especially from people who normally won't put something into the boneyard.

Would you mind a quick shout out to your readers (given your aboue 5 million times more popular a site than me) emploring them to consider even a small post about their museum.

Cheers

Just voted for you on the Canada blog thing (adding you to my post as we speak) too!



Wow Renee, thanks so much. And from a fellow Onta...

2008-06-27T22:33:00.000-04:00

Wow Renee, thanks so much. And from a fellow Ontarian to boot.

I seldom part with originals, other than a few of my DNA Candle paintings I have given as wedding presents.

It means a lot to inspire covetous-ness in people for my art though.

I'm just beginning to explore how to make and sell some reproductions. We'll see what happens over the summer.

If I ever have an actual gallery show, I'll be sure to crow about it here, and on Facebook.

Thanks again.



OMG I love it. Them. It. It's one of those paintin...

2008-06-27T08:49:00.000-04:00

OMG I love it. Them. It.

It's one of those paintings that makes me go "WANT!"

(Is it for sale?)



Thanks for the compliments, Craig. I'd love to see...

2008-06-09T05:24:00.000-04:00

Thanks for the compliments, Craig.


I'd love to see the Boneyard over at Traumador's.



My labtop does have batteries! Sadly these days th...

2008-06-09T04:48:00.000-04:00

My labtop does have batteries! Sadly these days they only last for an hour without power :(

Awesome theme. That's 2 super fun boneyards in a row. Wish I could think of something equally fun, and than host the next one for 3 in a row!

Okay actually I have an idea. Sadly finally getting some subbing gigs at skools has eaten up a lot of my spare time and energy. So I'm going to hold off on it till I can make a proper go of it...

Me and Peter will probably pressure Traumador to host a boneyard soon (once he gets back from his museum quest)...

Love the puzzle. I personally think the rabit looks out of place when assembled due to ALL the dismembered trilobites scattered about it. Whereas you hardly notice the rabbit due to the trilobites all being together and happy ;p



Can't you hold the pencil in your mouth, Traumador...

2008-06-08T09:03:00.000-04:00

Can't you hold the pencil in your mouth, Traumador?



Pretty... pictures...Wish I knew how to draw :(Goo...

2008-06-07T22:30:00.000-04:00

Pretty... pictures...

Wish I knew how to draw :(

Good thing there's all these other people out there to do instead of me hehehehehe



Thanks Zach!Looking through past Boneyards, I may ...

2008-06-07T20:56:00.000-04:00

Thanks Zach!

Looking through past Boneyards, I may have left out some regulars. There are so many talented artists like yourself out there, I tried to stuff it with paleo-art links instead -just this once!

I love reading the posts from the hardcore paleontologists.



Hello Lim!A trilobite intact in both versions?

2008-06-07T20:54:00.000-04:00

Hello Lim!

A trilobite intact in both versions? < / monalisasmile >



One of the best Boneyards yet, brother! Wonderful ...

2008-06-07T17:48:00.000-04:00

One of the best Boneyards yet, brother! Wonderful to see so much pale-art this time around. And I love your Precambrian rabbit. You could totally sell that as a puzzle, which every evolutionary biologist would buy and proudly hang on their walls. :-) I know I would!

Congrats again, Glendon!



Ingenious. However, one of your trilobites looks i...

2008-06-07T13:41:00.000-04:00

Ingenious.

However, one of your trilobites looks intact in both configurations - is it a hidden message about finding trilobites in the Cretaceous?