Aquilops Americanus - The First Ceratopsian by james herrmann

Aquilops Americanus - The First Ceratopsian Artwork by james herrmann
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Title: Aquilops Americanus - The First Ceratopsian
Date Created: 1/2/2017
Copyright: © J. M. Herrmann
Genre: Sci Fi
Mediums: Bronze, Sculpture
Views: 215
Posted: 11/18/2017

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james herrmann
Member Since November 2015

Projects: I am currently working on two paleo art sculptures, a giant prehistoric bison,(Bison latrifons) and an American mastodon. Following the completion of these projects I am sculpting a mermaid and a small winged dragon.

Location: hamilton ohio

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"Aquilops Americanus" is a sculpture of North America's earliest known ceratopsian dinosaur. It was closely related to psittacosaurus, known from well preserved specimens discovered in China including one that had intact skin with scale patterns, pigmentation and a row of filament-like bristles running along the top of its tail. In my sculpture of Aquilops I borrowed what we know about its Asian cousin to create my reconstruction. This little dinosaur is sculpted like sized and fully grown. I imagine it foraging on the moist shady floor of a forest of gingko and ferns keeping ever alert for its abundant predators. "Aquilops Americanus" is cast bronze on a green soapstone base with dimensions of approximately 30"Long x 12" Wide x 14" High.

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