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Podcast Show Notes: Episode 2

Podcast Show Notes

Episode 2 of the Love in the Time of Chasmosaurs Podcast is here! This month, Natee, Marc and Niels talk about dinosaur butts! We also discuss some legendary paleoart by John Sibbick that is tattooed on every dinosaur fan’s DNA, and interview the talented Natalia Jagielska. On this page, you can see the images we discuss and follow links to relevant pages.

In the News

Vintage Dinosaur Art

This month’s featured dinosaur book is the world famous The Illustrated Encyclopedia of Dinosaurs (1985), also known as the Normanpedia, written by Dr. David Norman and illustrated by John Sibbick.

  • Part 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5 of Marc’s massive Normanpedia review from 2012
  • Was Sibbick’s Deinonychus the inspiration for the denizens of Paradise Park?

Interview

Natee and Niels interviewed palaeontologist and palaeoartist Natalia Jagielska on her research background, art style an future plans. We also talked about the game Paleo Pines, now in development, for which Natalia acts as a scientific consultant. Find Natalia on Twitter and her website. Paleo Pines can be found on Twitter and added to your Steam wishlist.

Natalia Jagielska, image used with permission
Natalia Jagielska, image used with permission
Screenshot from Paleo Pines, Italic Pig / The Irregular Corporation

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2 thoughts on “Podcast Show Notes: Episode 2”

  1. I’m really happy to have found this podcast, it’s super relevant to my current interests, haha. It’s refreshing to hear your thoughts on “vintage” (calling 80’s-90’s stuff vintage pains me a little, lol) paleoart while still appreciating the artistic qualities of it. I also love that you all embrace varying art styles for paleoart beyond just photorealism (which is still very nice and important). Anyway, I’ll be binging all the episodes over the next couple days, keep up the great work! Would love to see this on Spotify eventually, too!

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