September 25, 2015

When I got an offer of the Bartels Intern at Cornell, one of the ideas came to my head was "I should get a chance to meet John Gurche!" He is a famous paleo-artist in recidence at the Museum of the Earth in Ithaca who focuses especially on human origins and on dinosaur...

August 6, 2015

Finally finished creating the rest pages for 6 species. This PaleoArt project took total one year and a half (if I add studying, it took much more than that). I did most of work while doing TA for the human evolution class at the University of Washington, so I could al...

May 4, 2015

Added Australopithecus sediba at PaleoArt. This species was the brand new species just published when I was taking the lecture. My advisor got the hand cast of Au. sediba from an auction of American Association of Physical Anthropologists (on photo.) So modern hand......

April 28, 2015

 Added Neandertal page at Paleo Art. So many studies have done for this speceis. I did not describe anything about Genome study in the page, but the results done in 2010s are so exciting! Yay! We are partially Neandertal! 

 The right skull is modern...

April 19, 2015

Added Ardipithecus ramidus page at Paleo Art. This guy (sorry, girl) made me realize that Paleoanthropology keeps updating and never ending. 


April 8, 2015

I made so-called "plate" (subjects with labels) for Australopithecus afarensisHomo sapiens, and Pan troglodyetes with reference lists. You can jump into those pages when you click the figures at Paleo Art section. Here, one photo shows the casts that I referred when...

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