This is a set of illustrations I did for the children’s magazine Highlights a while back. The issue is now out, so I’m free to upload it to my galleries.
It depicts the “before” (top) and “after” (bottom) status of the Smithsonian Museum’s Camptosaurus skeleton, which underwent some substantial renovation recently. The skeleton was originally mounted for the museum in 1911, and has become badly damaged and out-of-date in the century of its service. It has now been entirely remounted, both to repair the damage and to conform with modern accuracy standards. If you’re ever at the natural history museum in DC, look for Camptosaurus in the Dinosaur Hall!
Here's a scan of the article if anyone is interested.