Love in the Time of Chasmosaurs
Episode 8: The valley of Ely and the Dromaeosaur Sanctuary

Episode 8: The valley of Ely and the Dromaeosaur Sanctuary

July 30, 2021

In which we finally answer the age old question: Is the "P" in "pterosaur" silent? (no, it isn't). The LITC crew discuss one of history's most celebrated palaeoartists, the late Ely Kish, and her work for Dale Russell's An Oddyssey in Time. Some uf us are big fans, while others need some convincing... Jed Taylor discusses the trials and tribulations of the beginning palaeoartist whose work blew up out of nowhere, and guides us through his famous Dromaeosaur Sanctuary. Who is Ray Jurassic and where did he get those two Deinonychus?

 

Show notes at chasmosaurs.com

Episode 7: Cam and McLoughlin

Episode 7: Cam and McLoughlin

June 30, 2021

Natee, Marc and Niels tackle one of the most often ridiculed works in palaeoart history: the famously idiosyncratic Archosauria by John McLoughlin. Of course, we need to talk about that Triceratops… but there is so much more to this book! Natee interviews palaeoartist Cameron Clow, and things quickly devolve into a horse girl geekout. Shoutouts abound!

 

Podcast Show Notes are at chasmosaurs.com

 

Episode 6: Rey Attack!!!

Episode 6: Rey Attack!!!

May 29, 2021

All about, and starring, one of the greatest living palaeoartists: Luis V. Rey! First, the LITC team discuss some of his most stunning and significant artwork, before the master himself speaks. Why was Luis blacklisted in the nineties? How colourful can we make a whale? And which artist inspired Luis to take up palaeoart? Luis tells all.

 

Podcast Show Notes are at chasmosaurs.com

Episode 5: Burton and Bex

Episode 5: Burton and Bex

April 24, 2021

April 2021. Natee, Marc and Niels get off the beaten path and discuss some unconventional palaeoart. First we take a deep dive into the ingenious combination of photography and illustration pioneered by Jane Burton, then Rebecca Groom talks about dinosaur soft toys and the joys of her 3D pinter. We resist the urge to make an all-tyrannosaur episode with some new sauropods and hadrosaurs. Also, Marc learns a new word.

 

Podcast Show Notes are at chasmosaurs.com

Episode 4: Barlowe and DiPiazza

Episode 4: Barlowe and DiPiazza

March 18, 2021

Natee, Marc and Niels discuss the final nail in the coffin of Nanotyrannus, the surprising truth behind Rudolph Zallinger's famous mural, some Triassic weirdos and whether the best Tyrannosaurus might be a dead Tyrannosaurus. Palaeoartist Chris DiPiazza remembers that time someone else painted a perfect copy of his work on location.

 

Podcast Show Notes are at chasmosaurs.com

Episode 3: Spinosaurus Special

Episode 3: Spinosaurus Special

February 6, 2021

February 2021. Spinosaurus is in the news again! The LITC team discuss their favourite depictions of the big theropod and why no one can ever quite agree on how it's supposed to look. Then, we interview Dr. David Hone, one of the authors of the most recent Spinosaurus paper, that argues that the big lug probably was more of a heron than a crocodile. And no one ever argued about Spinosaurus again.

Episode 2: Normanpedia and Natalia

Episode 2: Normanpedia and Natalia

January 25, 2021

January 2021. The LITC crew discusses dinosaur butts! Also Crystal Palace and Mary Anning, and a lot of paleoart by John Sibbick that you've probably seen (even if you don't know it). Would Greg Paul approve? Featuring Natalia Jagielska.

 

Podcast Show Notes are at chasmosaurs.com

Episode 1: Caselli to Knüppe

Episode 1: Caselli to Knüppe

December 22, 2020

December 2020. The LITC team discusses controversial compsognathids, dinky dwarf sauropods, a very THICC T. rex and Spinosaurus, again (even though it's the first episode). And where do all those damn bats come from? Featuring Joschua Knüppe.

Podcast Show Notes are at chasmosaurs.com

Podbean App

Play this podcast on Podbean App