That strange animal was inspired by a person on a palaeontological art website who thought that sauropod dinosaurs might have had trunks. Probably not, but the idea led to an interesting-looking beast.
Archive for the ‘dinosaurs’ Category
A perfectly scientifically accurate portrayal of a prehistoric scene. I liked those movies.
I love dinosaurs. Always have. Still, I’m trying to keep up with current thought on what they looked like, and not just redraw old images that probably didn’t exist. I like the idea that even the carnivorous ones were probably not monsters, but animals out in the wild. Also, during my summer I worked at […]
This is eryops. He’s everyone’s prehistoric pal.
I’ve been drawing much more than I’ve been putting up. Still entranced with digital, but I’m beginning not to care what’s what. I’ve got stacks of sketchbooks, but can organise the computer things, as well. This one is unfinished, but I put it here to give you a look into my process.
Bought some fun new pens (called “Pilot FriXion Ball” gel pens, in brown, .5 mm and .7mm respectively, plus a new sketchbook, because those were on sale at the art store). So I decided to sketch with them using brown pencils to embellish, as necessary. “Brown Studies” is not what the name really means, which […]
A little of everything here. A watercolour painting up above. Coloured pic of Jean Paul Belmondo from the movie Stavisky below. Sketches, one perhaps not so wisely coloured. I’m interested in what dinosaurs looked like, because I have the lumbering old-style beasts still stuck in my head. This Tyrannosaurus has a few feathers, which surprises […]