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Lady Camarasa's Dress & Decorum for the Modern Day Dinosaur

A project in Denver, CO by Misty Ewegen Morehead

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A full color art book illustrating a whimsical world of dinosaurs and Victorian curiosities from the Ascot to the Zeppelin.
Backers: 10
Average Pledge Per Backer: $51

Funded: $506 of $6,000
Dates: Feb 28th -> Mar 30th (30 days)
Project By: Misty Ewegen Morehead
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Latest News

F is for Fan

March 23rd - via:
We are heading into the last week of this Kickstarter and I am madly sketching away! Here is my concept sketch for Fan:  F is for Fan  I am so thankful for the outpouring of support and excitement from so many people! Even if I don't get funded I... (Read More)

New studio!

March 21st - via:
Hello all! I moved into my new studio today and am ready to continue my Jurassic adventures!! The room is well lit and cozily sits on the third floor of a 100 year old Denver Square. Here are a few photos of the new space!   (Read More)

Family Spirit

March 15th - via:
I have not been able to get any time in the studio this week so my son Oliver thought he would draw a dinosaur in the top hat with a rocket backpack and Robin Hood Dino on a sled in order to keep this Kickstarter going. Thank you all for your support... (Read More)

E is for Equestrian.

March 9th - via:
Concept sketch for E is for Equestrian:  Dilophosaurus with his horse.  The Victorian era was an era of strict rules of etiquette governing every aspect of life, including horseback riding. There were rules of etiquette dictating who paid tolls,... (Read More)

D is for Dressing Gown.

March 6th - via:
Concept sketch for D is for Dressing Gown:  (This is a Carnotaurus - a large dino that lived in South America during the late Crustaceous period. He has spiky bits all over his head.)  D is for Dressing Gown    (Read More)

Bowler Hat Facts

March 5th - via:
Bowler Hat Etiquette  A dino boy inside with hat on head cannot be considered proper, it's said. While a Dino girl may keep it on if indeed a hat she chooses to don.  Once outside the hat can proudly sit on any head it deigns to fit. ... (Read More)

C is for Crinoline.

March 3rd - via:
One of the most challenging and interesting parts of this project is altering the shape of Victorian clothing to fit dinosaurs without losing either the essential elements of either. With C is for Crinoline it was especially interesting. You can see... (Read More)

B is for Bowler Hat...

March 3rd - via:
I finished the background for "B is for Bowler Hat" today! Thank you all for your support and for sharing my project with your circles. It means so much! B is for Bowler Hat.    (Read More)

T is for Tableaux

March 1st - via:
tab·leau ˌtaˈblō/ noun tableaux plural noun Definition: a group of models or motionless figures representing a scene from a story or from history; a tableau vivant. Perhaps the earliest form of Charades tableaux were popular forms of... (Read More)

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