Friday, 5 February 2010
Anthony Browne's Laureate blog
See a sample of his work in progress in Anthony Browne's Children's Laureate blog. You can also see the picture he did for Radio 4 last week to illustrate their piece about scientists from Bristol University who have discovered that fossil remains can be used to find out about more about the colouring of dinosaurs like the Sinosauropteryx – a small meat-eating dinosaur from 125 million years ago that we now know was a bright orange with distinctive white rings on its tail. However, somehow I don't think they looked like Anthony's rather grumpy looking creature!