I can hear you now: "The only time Zach ever calls...I mean, blogs, is when he wants something." Well, lately that's certainly true, although I intend to do a REAL blog post tomorrow. The Art Show is an omnipresent spec on the horizen, dear readers, and that spec is growing ever larger by the day. By the hour, no less.
But once more, I come to you in need of assistance. Or rather, Scott needs assistance (again). Remember when you guys were so kind in sending me all of your Euparkeria papers? Actually, if you have any more, that'd be awesome...although technically Scott finished that little bugger just last night.
But now, while his Stomatosuchus canvas remains moist from the multitude of oil paint layers, Scott has the crazy idea to do an aetosaur from scratch. Well, that's not completely true--the background has been finished for months but sits unused. So while Stomatosuchus' background dries (remind me never to use oils) and my Dimorphodon gets some color to its patagium, Scott intends to restore the beast head-on (literally) as it chews on vegetation.
Problem: All of my aetosaur papers feature steamrolled specimens in which the armor is nicely preserved to the detriment of the actual skeleton. But all I need are papers regarding aetosaur heads 'n' teeth, really. So if any of you have said references, please do send them over. Scott would greatly appreciate it.
And hey--the second the pictures are hung at Sidestreet Espresso downtown, expect to see them, as well as unused pieces (bonus material!) on the blog.
Oh, and one more thing, directed mainly at Ms. Raven: Status report, dammit!