Wednesday, December 14, 2005
Psittacosaurus mongoliensis; literally, the parrot lizard of Mongolia.
Started the Saturday before 14 May 2005 and finished on that day. Carmine red Sanford pencils on 7.5"x11" sketchbook paper (and a little bit over, as you can see on the tail).
Psittacosaurus mongoliensis dorsal view of the skull. Note that the left side of the skull is missing material.
The second image was begun at the request of ESRC correspondent Paul Riddell (who, unless I misremember, needed visual reference for a Psittacosaurus sculpture he's planning. Why I just didn't send him a digital photograph is beyond me, but this kind of turned out well. Hope I get to see it someday anyhow.) Started and finished 25 June 2005. Carmine red Sanford pencils on 7.5"x11" sketchbook paper.
Moved from the old blog 22 January 2008
Friday, December 2, 2005
2005, at the Alaska Museum of Natural History, 14"x17" sketchbook paper. (Both originals are for sale.)
Relocated from the old blog on 22 January 2008
Thursday, December 1, 2005
Orthographic views (elevation and section, respectively) drawn 22 July 2005, Alaska Museum of Natural History. (Both from 7.5"x11" sketchbook, carmine red Sanford pencils, all images done, apparently, from a lousy mount. I didn't know at the time, so I don't recommend anyone use these for anything.)
More Probactrosaurus mongoliensis:
Carminy red Sanford color pencil on 14"x17" sketchbook paper.
Relocated from old blog 24 January 2008.