Thursday, October 2, 2014

The Singing Sauropod

Singing Sauropod - Digital Painting


Work in Progress

Thursday, July 24, 2014

Big animals with small ears

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
And a second version with a more chicken like Tyrannosaur demonstrating his primary bite weapon . 

T-rex vs. Ankylosaurus ver.2 - Cretaceous Decapitation - digital painting












Wednesday, July 9, 2014

...ploop...
  

Monday, June 2, 2014

Eobasileus

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

Sunday, June 1, 2014

Wednesday, September 25, 2013

Sunday, June 16, 2013

A dinosaur and friend



































Please excuse the paleontological incongruities - I know that motorbikes and dinosaurs were separated in time by hundreds and hundreds of years.
Although I have heard that the earliest bicycles evolved around the same time as the Mammoths.