Tuesday, October 30, 2007
The chief reason to draw Tyrannosaurs well is to show them being stomped all over by Pachyrhinosaurus.
But first, I must get to the point where I'm doing them well. Here's a smattering of the better ones I've done:
(16 Oct 2007)
(Interestingly, the above image was nicked by a local tabloid without asking for permission. I do give permission, but I also ask that one asks before snagging my stuff and running with it. And I do respond favorably to offers of money.)
No explanation needed, I hope.
(30 Oct 2007)
Just a random, unfinished sketch:
(9 Oct 2007)
Though this came out a bit weird, I kinda like it:
(Drawn with purplish ink and lots and lots of little lines, 10 Feb 2006.)
Huh. Looks a bit on the Brian Froud side of things to my mind.
*snap!* Chamberlain rex!
I've never seen a purple T. rex ... until I drew one in purple ink, no sketching, no pencil underneath, no white-out, no erasing, and no chance I could have started the damned animal somewhere on the page so I could fit the rest of it on the same page. (Purplish ink, 10 February 2006).
Astute viewers will note the feathers.
Yes, feathers on all the rexes! Why? Two words: phylogenetic bracketing.
Gif for you, because it was smaller than the JPEG, and better-looking.
Relocated from the old blog 26 January 2008