Print

Print


Congratulations, Julia; lovely illustrations. You really have a knack for
light on form. Were you using carbon dust for the skeletal drawings?
Emily

---
*Emily S. Damstra*
natural science illustration
Guelph, Ontario
(519) 616-3654
*[log in to unmask] <[log in to unmask]>*
www.emilydamstra.com
emilydamstra.wordpress.com
Twitter: @EmilyDamstra

On Fri, Sep 30, 2016 at 11:28 AM, Julia Morgan-Scott <
[log in to unmask]> wrote:

> Just wanted to let everyone know that my work, along with that of GNSI
> founding member Larry Isham, is featured in a new publication from
> Smithsonian Scholarly Press:
> http://scholarlypress.si.edu/store/new-releases/skeletal-
> anatomy-north-american-pangolin/
> If you want to look at the inside, it can be downloaded free.
>
> It was a real honor and a learning experience to be able to see Larry
> Isham's exquisite drawings up close (I scanned and labeled most of his
> drawings, except for his skeletal reconstruction on the front cover, which
> was digitized by GNSI member Mary Parrish).
>
> My understanding is that the Smithsonian will soon be putting out an
> exhibit about Patriomanis, including a print of my life reconstruction
> which is the frontispiece, but I don't know when. The whole project has
> taken 14 years to come to fruition!
>
> best, Julia Morgan Scott
>
> http://juliamorganscott.com/
> http://hinterlandsblog.com/
>
> ________________________________________________
>
> Need to leave or subscribe to the Sciart-L listserv? Follow the
> instructions at
> http://www.gnsi.org/resources/reviews/gnsi-sciart-l-listserv
>

Need to leave or subscribe to the Sciart-L listserv? Follow the instructions at
http://www.gnsi.org/resources/reviews/gnsi-sciart-l-listserv