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EWilloughby

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Since I'm not very active here anymore, here are some other places you can find me: Artstation: https://www.artstation.com/emilywilloughby Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ea_willoughby/?hl=en Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCxy92BOqCXiLDCfcF9So6JQ And much more on LinkTree! https://linktr.ee/emilywilloughby
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Just over a year ago, myself and Agahnim (https://www.deviantart.com/agahnim) reached a major milestone in our long-term goal of evolution education and outreach, which served the basis for starting our DA group Domain-of-Darwin (https://www.deviantart.com/domain-of-darwin) over 11 years ago. We published our first book! Published by Inkwater Press and titled God’s Word or Human Reason?, the book has been available on Amazon since January of last year. I am now offering direct purchases of signed, inscribed hardcovers that are personalized with a drawing of a bird or dinosaur of your choice. They are $40 (U.S. and Canada) or $50 (everywhere else), shipping included. Thanks to my excellent web developer frie
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At long last—it is here! After nearly a decade of hard work, patience and stubborn perseverance, the book on the evolution/creationism debate that I've been working on with Agahnim (https://www.deviantart.com/agahnim) and colleagues is finally ready for public consumption. Published by Inkwater Press, 424 pages, you can get the hardcover on Amazon for $36: https://www.amazon.com/Gods-Word-Human-Reason-Perspective/dp/1629013722 Among many other things, this book will feature a handful of totally new full-color pieces of my paleoart, a teaser of which I will upload here soon, so stay tuned.
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This art is amazing!

You may get alot of hate from some people but your art is better than 95 percent of the dross in the paleoart community.

It's weird isn't it?


People on the internet go on and on about how Twitter is a cesspool without credibility.


But then, when the time comes, everyone suddenly believes what they find there.


Doesn't help that the online paleo community (of course I'm referring just to the general enthusiasts, not to the paleontologists) is one the worst you can find, much worse than other communities that are tipically regarded as bad (such as the SW one, which by itself and in comparison to the paleocommunity results as unfairly maligned).


This post about the matter might be interestings, it's wise to hear the opionion of the other side:

https://whyevolutionistrue.com/2022/08/17/the-ignorant-and-misguided-demonization-of-a-behavior-geneticist/

Yeah I mean I don't pretend to know everything when it comes to genetics or art.

But these people are borderline creationists when it comes to their hatred of certain kinds of science

It's weird that so much of this is coming from people that claim to love science.


I'm worried for the direction that the online paleocommunity is taking and some prominent personalities in it seem to only make the situation worse.


Frankly, the only thing I blame Emily is having a fur affinity account, but the rest of the allegations just seemsnon sense.

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For context why you may be seeing comments about the artist being... not a good person:


https://twitter.com/Prehistorica_CM/status/1557819532722552835