Palaeoart roundup

My palaeoart interviews have now been going for quite a while and seem to be very popular. However, if I’m honest, I’m really starting to run out of people to interview. I try to cover those who works I genuinely like or have a strong personal connection to. Fortunately a great many artists have been good enough to give me their time and loan me their works to build up my interview portfolio, but with this starting to wind down it seemed a good opportunity to create this clearing house and provide a list of all of those who have generously contributed. I do have a few more requests out there with people so I certainly hope this is not the end of the palaeoart interviews, but its might well be the beginning of the end.

Here then is the roll call (in alphabetical order):

Andrey Atuchin

Wayne Barlowe

Brett Booth

Brian Choo

John Conway

Julius Csotonyi

Mick Ellison

Brian Engh

Larry Felder

James Gurney

Mark Hallett

Scott Hartman

Doug Henderson

David Krentz

Todd Marshall

Jeff Martz

Julia Molnar

Bob Nicholls

Luis Rey

Jim Robbins

John Sibbick

Mike Skrepnick

Adam Smith

William Stout

Gabriel Ugueto

Bob Walters & Tess Kissinger

Steve White

Mark Witton

My thanks to them all and I hope to add to this list again soon.

17 Responses to “Palaeoart roundup”

  1. 1 Anonymous 06/10/2011 at 6:04 pm

    If you’re looking for more paleo-artists to add to the list, Russell Hawley and Scott Hartman might be good bets. Hartman tends to do skeletal reconstructions rather than flesh-on-bone reconstructions, but the skeletal drawings happen to be really, really good. Hawley, on the other hand, tends to do a wider assortment of black-and-white prehistoric animals (especially extinct mammals and Mesozoic marine reptiles) rather than just dinosaurs, but he has done some illustrations of extinct archosaurs.

    Nemo Ramjet might also be a good addition. While he is most famous for Snaiad, he’s been moving more into the paleo-art realm lately.

  2. 2 Rafael 06/10/2011 at 9:27 pm

    Try Peter Schouten, he have done a great work in the book ”Feathered Dinosaurs”, ”The Antipodean Ark”, ”Prehistoric Animals of Australia”, among others.

  3. 5 Dan Varner 07/10/2011 at 8:02 am

    David Krentz !

  4. 6 Bruce Martin 13/10/2011 at 11:57 pm

    Although he can idealize proportions of his animals sometimes, Raul Martin is a very talented artist, you might want to look at some of his stuff. Not avery “radical” paleoartist, though. But he still deserves recognition.

  5. 7 David 13/11/2011 at 11:58 pm

    Someone should interview John Gurchie…

  6. 9 Marina 19/10/2012 at 12:19 am

    Jorge Blanco is an excellent paleoartist Argentina. One of the best! He illustrated publications including “Dinosaurs and pterosaurs of South America? With Dr Jose Bonaparte and” Bestiary fossil “with Dr. Analia Forasieppi.

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