We looked inside some of the tweets by @RespectTheDave and here's what we found interesting.
Inside 100 Tweets
WIP. Alioramus altai, one of my favorite tyrannosaurids. That long snout and streamlined overall look of the skull makes it a very elegant, agile tyrannosaur. I still need to add more details. If I remake my poster of #Tyrannosauroids, this one will be in it. #paleoart #sciart
What’s the most inexhaustible song you love every single time you hear it without any sign of fatigue? NOTE: please don’t use this as an opportunity to show off your Cool Taste™. Genuine answers only.
More coelophysoid #dinosaurs. Procompsognathus, a small (ca. 1 m) carnivore that lived in what is today Germany during the Late Triassic. This taxon has a VERY complicated taxonomic history. Some remains previously attributed to it belonged to a crocodylomorph #paleoart #sciart
On a related note, it frustrates me that we're needing to rebuff the 'feathered dinosaurs aren't scary' crowd by demonstrating the opposite. Yes, countless predatory birds are metal as heck, but it's infantile that we're needing this as some kind of 'coolness' measure.
Your requisite reminder that feathered dinosaurs don’t need to be ‘scary’, because they were real animals that didn’t give a fuck about what fanboys thought was cool or not.