Sabertooth article in “Cranium” magazine

Last summer, the editor of Dutch paleontological magazine “Cranium” approached me to ask if I would prepare an article about my reconstruction procedures to be published about the same date as the launch of the book “Sabertooth”. I grabbed that opportunity to provide a more informal, first-hand account of my experience with my favourite extinct creatures of all time.

cranium cover baja

I wanted to make this a honest account, and this means that, besides recounting the more exciting and satisfying discoveries and efforts, I also must tell of some early failures and frustrations, which I am sure will feel familiar to many paleoartists out there. After all, this is a speciality where there is no such thing as a full formal training, and each of us has to somehow “re-invent the wheel” as we develop our abilities and fill our tool box -one tool at a time.

If you want to read the whole thing, you can follow this link for the PDF:
https://www.mediafire.com/?ju4qilydmuoobct

Happy reading!

You can visit the magazine’s web page here:
http://www.cranium.pleistocenemammals.com/

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