Some Parksosaurus in a forest in Late Cretaceous North America. They hope you can’t see them - or at least tell where one begins and the other ends.
This is painting inspired Forest Battleship.
Although undoubtably powerful and impressive, the forest battleship proved to be vulnerable to moles and falling acorns.
Ikrandraco avatar: look upon my chin, ye mighty, and despair!
This a big digital re-wroking of an old oil painting from the early naughties. Two Troodon_s watch some _Parasaurolophus_es walk by while they tuck into a tasty _Thescelosaurus.
Hi everyone, I’m here to talk to you today about TetZooCon. TetZooCon 2014 will be an awesome day of talks and activities at the London Wetland Centre on Saturday the 12th of July. It’s all about animals, real and sometimes imaginary, and should be both super interesting and fun.
Ever wanted to know why Giraffes have such short necks? Come to TetZooCon!
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Germanodactylus cristatus inspecting some rock pools in Late Jurassic Germany.
New to my website, this is is an updated version of a painting I did in 2007. I’ve changed several details, including crests, the size of the germies, and detailing on the rocks.
Here’s the Screamer, featuring the famous layer 3 and the infamous layer 11.
This is an old vector drawing from 2004.
So, I have been organising my art folders, and discovering stuff. Old stuff I had simply missed when I was making my new website, old stuff that I never released, and old stuff that I never finished but probably should. I will be putting them up over the next few days.
I have discovered and old vector drawing call “The Screamer”, which includes layers named “the famous layer 3” and “the infamous layer 11”. I think I will start using that naming scheme in more files from now on.
Pretty young people are boring. The world needs more pictures of ugly old people.