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4. Simon Whitelock

Website: None provided

Comments: Just an idle browser who came across this site. Like it! Informative and pretty. Carry on the good work.

SB: Glad you found us. Carry on visiting :)


3. Steve Brusatte

Website: Dinoland Paleontology

Comments: Nice Cryolophosaurus art, Sam. I only wish I could have gotten to it sooner, so I could have gotten it into those two magazines for you. But, don't fear...if you are at all interested (and I'm sure you are) I can get a bunch of your art to accompany some of my future magazine/newsletter/internet articles!

SB: You bet I'm interested - if you have an article to do about a species I don't have illustrated, give me 5 days notice and I can get something to you. By the way, don't worry about the "not getting to it sooner" I don't think the picture existed when the 'Paleozoica' article was published.


2. Daniel Bensen

Website: Opus Dinosaur

Comments: I don't know how to start (this is like signing year books). Sam Barnett (who cloaks himself in the identity of Martin Barnett) has been of great help to me recently and we have done much in concert. I might go so far as to say that we are forming the kernel of a new generation of dino-pages on the heels of the Dinosauricon/Dinosauria Online generation (but I won't say it too loudly; T. Mike Keesey's ears are everywhere) What I have to say about Sam's artwork is that it is all as accurate to the bone structure as he can possibly make it! (which is more then I can say for myself). Now, after you're done with Sam's site, go to my site and sign my Guestbook, and the cycle will be complete.

SB: No, really - go to his site, you won't be disappointed. Regarding the "Martin Barnett" thing - perhaps I should explain that my mailing address - martin.barnett3@virgin.net - has caused much confusion on the Dinosaur Mailing List, of which we are both members. As for the "much in concert" - keep your eyes out for joint effort post production Photoshop editing on one of his paintings in the near future.


1. Jordan Mallon.

Website: None provided

Comments: Regarding your page (which is amazing, by the way), I just wanted to point out that the "Torosaurus web page" that you mention in your links can be found at: http://www.geocities.com/CapeCanaveral/Hangar/3404/
Can't wait to see more of your work! Also, as for your sketches that you posted on your site... I really like the
_Deinonychus_ baby - go with that one

SB: Thanks for the reference (just updated the links section) and the suggestions - I should have another couple of pictures up in the coming week so keep a look out. I'll see what I can do about the Deinonychus picture.


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