Ending November with this masterpost of all my dinos for Dinovember on Instagram. My goal was to have fun and make highly speculative and super inaccurate designs and behaviors.
Featuring: Stegosaurus, Troodon, Spinosaurus, Triceratops, Diplodocus, Tyrannosaurus, Oviraptor and Therizinosaurus.
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ID: A white, simplified plush of, assumedly, a stegosaurus. The plates along its back are blue, yellow, green, and red. It has small round eyes, and all of features are incredibly round and nubby. /END ID
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Sweater Twins collaboration!
There’s a couple of stories leading up to this.
Last week, I saw this post:
Well, that looked like a Mabel sweater to me! And the idea of her making it for Ford charmed me. As did the idea of him trying to make his hand approximate the four spikes of a thagomizer, thanks to the suggestion of @randomitemdrop above (i.e. the spikes on the end of a stegosaurus’s tail. That’s... that’s what he’s trying to do, I swear. He’s concentrating on holding his fingers in four distinct spikes. I tried it myself; taking a pic of my own hand is what I used for a photo ref, though obvs I had to insert another finger in the middle.)
Mabel’s sweater, meanwhile... I had saved this pic of an Issey Miyake sweater (beneath the cut) about four years ago, intending to do a pic of her wearing it, because I thought it looked neat. Having decided to give Ford the stegosaurus sweater, I pulled out this other design at long last for Mabel. (And yes, her pose was inspired by the Will Smith gesturing meme.)
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Cub Scouts View the Stegosaurus, National Museum of Natural History (NMNH), Washington D.C, USA, c. 1950s.
Original caption: A group of Cub Scouts are being shown the skeleton of a Stegosaurus dinosaur, which is part of the Paleontology Exhibition in the United States National Museum's (USNM) Natural History Building (NHB), now known as the National Museum of Natural History (NMNH). At the time of this picture, the exhibit was called the "Hall of Extinct Monsters." Behind the skeleton of the stegosaurus is a papier-mache model of the stegosaurus
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