Thursday, October 2, 2014
Thursday, July 24, 2014
Some recent Dino practice and study starting with some skeletal paintovers from Museum fossils that I visited.
|Log in - Log Out , Digital Painting over Torosaur skeleton|
|Painting overlaid onto photo of Torosaur at Milwaukee Public Museum|
|"Jane" Digital study over Tyrannosaur fossil|
|Jane fossil from Carnegie Museum in Pittsburgh|
This is a Sculpey head study of a hadrosaur
|Hank the Hadrosaur - Sculpey and Acrylic|
|Would you like some dewlap with that?|
.. and this below was based on some toy dinosaurs by Papo.
|T-rex vs. Ankylosaurus ver. 1 - Cretaceous Standoff - digital painting|
Monday, June 2, 2014
Greetings Dino-art friends! I'm Steve and I'm happy to be contributing to this blog. I'd like to introduce a couple friends from the Eocene Epoch in North America 50 million Years ago. Although not a Dinosaur he is from the order Dinocerata. An extinct mammal called the Eobasileus. Climbing along the log with the ringed tail is another extinct mammal; the Chriacus.
|Eobasileus and Chriacus in North American Eocene - Digital Painting|
...And below we have a young Eobasileus who has caught the scent of love in the air.
|Adolescent Eobasileus, 3d head replacement over Rhino Photo|