Paleoartist Profile: The Historian Himself, Brian Engh, Part 1

You may recognize the artwork above as that of Aquilops, a pint-sized ceratopsian that was recently described and published in PLOS ONE by our own community editor Andy Farke, which he wrote about here for PLOS Paleo. The artwork was just one of many pieces done of Aquilops by paleoartist Brian Engh, and the art helped bring theContinue reading “Paleoartist Profile: The Historian Himself, Brian Engh, Part 1”