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Here's my 'creature' for the PBAA flip book app. I hope her measurements match the required sizes.
Well, it just so happens I have illustrated a Dinosaur Book for Red Robin Books, Don't Invite Dinosaurs to Dinner
, written by Neil Griffiths. It came out in Jan 2012.
Amy Huntington www.amyhuntington.com
By: Elizabeth O. Dulemba,
I was excited when I heard that November's theme is "Dinosaurs" because I'm in the midst of drawing exactly that. Actually the book is about dinosaur tracks and the science of studying the tracks. The tracks provide clues to the movement, behavior, what they ate, lots of information about dinosaurs come from their footprints. Hopefully I'll be posting more dinos as the month goes along.
Happy November everybody!