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Paleoartist Interview: The Polygonal Prehistory of Kuzim

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When I first spotted the art of Kuzim on Twitter, I was immediately struck by his unique style. “Low poly” is an art style that deliberately invokes the asthetics of early 3D video games. The recent revival of this style has, so far, mostly been the domain of indie video games, but Kuzim has taken this quirky flavour to the prehistoric realm. The bold colour schemes, the dynamic compositions and the deceptive simplicity make him a unique voice among the…

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Image of a number of paleoartist Mary Sanche's work on display.

Paleoartist Interview: Reimagining the Past with Mary Sanche

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There‚Äôs no one way to do paleoart. No one is proving that more than Mary Sanche. Based in Drumheller, Alberta, Sanche is a graphic designer for the famed Royal Tyrrell Museum of Paleontology. As a science & editorial illustrator, she creates not only paleoart, but work that spans across many different genres. Her work sometimes blends styles and genres together, creating unique works of art that draw audiences in. Her list of publications and exhibitions include Canadian Geographic, the Nature…

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A chasmosaur skull saying "Paleos on Patreon"

Paleos on Patreon

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A lot of us creative types have to rely on a mosaic of income sources to stay afloat, and the writers and artists who regularly deliver us fossiliferous goodies are no exception. Here is a selection of these creators who use Patreon, a site which allows patrons to support talent by making monthly pledges. In case you’ve never tried to use the site’s search function: it sucks! It’s really hard to find creators by using keywords you care about. So…

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