this website is a great resource for bird skeletons and anatomy:
If you have flash 5 support you can view turnarounds of most of the skeletons on there. Birds are almost dinosaurs too, so all you dinosaur fans out there should take a look too. Thanks for running this show, Fozzybar. I'm looking forward to taking part in COW 77. Peace!
I wasnt sure where to post this so thought here might be best...
I havnt participated in a CoW yet but am sure I will soon as im bored with EoW! but i entered the playstation3 'folklore: design-a-folk' comp that was recently held, and won! my entry is being made as downloadable content for the game now. Seeing as its that sorta thing I thought some CoWers may like to see...
I read about your winning entry on kotaku.com and as soon as I saw it, I though to myself, "that looks like a CoW entry". Congratulations!
Here's one that I like:
It's a collection of the strangest animals (and some plants) on the planet. They don't all have pictures, but most descriptions are often enough to strike up some good inspiration. Plus, it's really interesting.
awesome shit, man, thank you very much!
After Man theoretical zoology by Dougal Dixon.
The New Dinosaurs more theoretical zoology/evolution by Dougal Dixon.
http://www.feathersite.com/Poultry/BRKPoultryPage.html database of domestic birds
http://butdoesitfloat.com/109832/Mor...ally-disturbed Deformed Insects
http://www.boneclones.com/ Tons of replicas of all kinds of bones and species
http://www.coml.org/ Census of Marine Life
http://www.obakemono.com/ Illustrated database of Japanese mythological beasts
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