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Jaime A. Headden
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Artist
  • Mar 7
  • United States
  • Deviant for 16 years
  • He / Him
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My Bio
Jaime A. Headden, born these many years ago, is a "paleo-enthusiast/armchair paleontologist" seeking to become a student of this subject. He takes care of a three-legged cat who is his loving and doting master, a younger disabled sibling, and fancies one of these days he'll eventually find "the one." He also has a blog! Visit: qilong.wordpress.com

Current Residence: Somewhere in the US Northwest
Favourite genre of music: Rock | Classical
Favourite style of art: Graphite, but also use ink and digital manipulation.
Operating System: Windows SUCKS ... don't know why I use it
MP3 player of choice: WinAmp
Wallpaper of choice: A huge fox
Skin of choice: Mine
Favourite cartoon character: Timon
Personal Quote: "Possibilities Abound, Too Numerous to Count." -- Me

Favourite Visual Artist
Michael Whelan | Michaelangelo | Leonardo da Vinco | H.R. Gieger | Kev Walker kicks ass, too
Favourite Movies
Willow
Favourite Bands / Musical Artists
U2 (but also Alanis Morrisette, REM, Sarah Maclaughlan, and Enya)
Favourite Writers
Edgar Allen Poe | Robert Frost | Mercedes Lackey
Favourite Games
Chess
Favourite Gaming Platform
the chessboard
Tools of the Trade
Pencils, Pens, Imagination, the Edifying Experience of Youth
Other Interests
paleontology | cats | languages | science | philosophy | existentialism | empiricism | learning

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I am willing to pay for commissions. Now talk to me.
Happy birthday!
The new Scleromochlus paper is interesting, but I see people neglecting that pterosaurs are NOT crown-group archosaurs in one of the analyses there!
We need to talk. Is that alright with you?
Happy Birthday! :cake: :party:
Happy birthday Jaime!