Today I finished my last exam for this semester, what means that for me, summer has begun. This also means that the months of lethargy on this blog are over; I am going to fabricate a number of blogposts and artworks as soon as a I can. So for today, this is what you can expect to come during the next weeks:
- A post on the genetic background of morphological traits and its implications for breeding
- Some posts (or one big post) on the big question “Ancient Europe: one big forest or savannah?”
- Portraits of two interesting bulls
- Some more artworks and reconstructions on paper
- The finishing of my new aurochs models (WIP photos about to come)
- I am going to start doing another aurochs horn model scale 1:1. Perhaps, but I am not sure yet if I will find the time and money, also a complete aurochs bull head 1:1 in trophy style.
Of course these ideas do cost me some time and effort, especially the upper two require a lot of literature and web research I was not capable of during the semester, but I promise that I am going to do my best during the next weeks. I have also been planning to some more general posts and also get in more species diversification, I just never got to it in the past. But I am going to try getting to it this time.