|Giant pumpkins at the Bellagio Conservatory and Botanical Gardens.|
Scientific Illustration - Jeffrey W. Martz, for his piece "Skeletal reconstruction of the Late Triassic pseudosuchian archosaur Revueltosaurus callenderi".
2-Dimensional Art - Jason E. Brougham, for his piece "Mononykus olecranus, Nemegt Formation Mongolia".
3-Dimensional Art - John A. Gurche, for his piece "Sts 5".
National Geographic Digital Modeling and Animation - Evan Boucher, for his animation "Digital Paleoart: Reconstruction and Restoration from Laser-Scanned Fossils".
As always, the pieces were all fantastic, and I'm sure all of the other submissions that didn't bring home the prize were as well. So again, congratulations all around!
|The Paris Las Vegas Hotel and Casino.|
|A view of the Nevada desert from Paris.|
I'm still looking forward to next year's meeting in Raleigh, North Carolina, and hope to see some of you there. Keep following @SVP_vertpaleo for tweets about upcoming meetings, and vertebrate paleontology in general. And thank you to everyone who made this year's SVP so memorable, and also to those who followed the journey here at Superoceras. Your patience knows no bounds!