Comparison between the original, 2001 oil painting (top) and the 2013 digitally reworked (bottom) versions of my Kakuru/Avimimus painting. The original was an attempt at minimalism in palaeontological art, hence the monochrome colour and the bare ground. I feel like this cost the painting naturalism, and failed to make it up in other ways, hence my reworking. The new version is obviously more naturalistic, but I think I managed to preserve and improve on the atmosphere of the old one.

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