Please email submissions (a photo of your rendering) to firstname.lastname@example.org. Feel free also to included a few sentences about your inspiration!
Submission #1 - Nancy VanCott (PA). Watercolor. Received 1/8/17.
"The plumes help him attract a mate, and the 6-toed feet are special adaptations which help them run very, very fast... similar to the speed of a high-performance sports car. The male especially needs to have feet that work like a wheel because he incubates the eggs on his lower back (the hatch). The female lays her eggs on the bare prairie and the male quickly scoops them up with his strong tail. Then they will remain safely cradled in his 'car seat' until they hatch!"
Submission #2 - Celja Uebel (CA). Rubber stamp. Received 1/11/17. Instagram @stampsbycelja for all your stamp needs!