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  1. Top Trilo

    Top Trilo’s drawings

    Decided I would make a thread with my drawings, recently I decided to draw trilobites that are not necessarily proportional and I didn’t spend too much time on these just wanted them to be life size and recognizable, so far I have 19, I took ideas from @Kane trilobite drawings and @rew trilobite collection. I will add to this thread as I draw more fossils not only trilobites. You may not be able to read the labels partly from camera quality and mostly from my handwriting.
  2. Hi everyone, just wanted to hop on the Paleoart side of the forum and post one of my favorite pieces I've done in the last year. I gave it the apt title of "Unreferenced Hadrosauridae" as I began drawing the head of a random hadrosaur, not of any particular genus, with a charcoal pencil and began filling it in with scales. I would later submit the drawing to be displayed in the student art gallery, which was a cool first. Here it is after I finished the scaling, pre color. Add some color, red for the flashy bits, earth tones for camouflage.
  3. sharktoothboy

    Allosaurus Illustration

    Hey everyone, Here is an illustration of an Allosaurus I just finished. I used ink on Bristol board. I plan on doing many more illustrations of other prehistoric animals similar to this and I'll be sure to post those on here too. My two passions are paleontology and art and I strive to learn as much as I can about both. If you want to see some of my other work in the meantime you can visit my website www.mikeosheaart.com. Thanks for looking! -Mike
  4. TyrannosaurusRex

    TRex’s Paleoart

    Figured it was probably high time that I started sharing some of the Paleoart exploits that I have been doing over the past several months. I’m a professional landscape painter, and I dabble in paleoart when I can. I do a lot of ceramics and I do bronze pours when I am able to. First off, I have been working on a sculpture of Acrocanthosaurus in iron and bronze. The process involved me making the sculptures in wax, and then making a ceramic shell around them. They were then superheated to melt the wax, and I assisted in pouring the molten metal into the molds. T
  5. Koss1959

    Ammonite Drawing

    Has anyone got any advice on drawing ammonites accurately? It is often the ribs which identify an ammonite, so they are very important to get right and while I my observational skills are fairly good, I find it hard to believe people like Ernst Haeckle relied purely on observation. I don't strive for Haeckle's realism as I draw in a more sketchy manner, but I do strive for accuracy all the same. Is there a sort of formula to plot ammonite ribs? Thanks!
  6. carch_23

    T rex drawing

    Hey everyone, didnt know there was a thread for drawings lol how cool. Ive always enjoyed drawing, but found that they always come out better when done out of procrastination lol. Anywho, this rex was done today and thought Id share it. It was inspired by the JP rex, although the scales were just too time consuming to draw as I had to go back to studying, so just replaced some of the scales with shading haha. Thanks for looking!
  7. dinosaur man

    Daspletosaurus drawing

    I recently just finished a drawing that took me a few weeks of the Daspletosaurus specimen FMNH PR308 and just wanted to share it.
  8. Hello dear fellow forum members, I need some advice. Until now, I have built my models mostly trying to follow the reconstructions others have made, often in form of profile-view skeletal drawings. At the moment I am trying to build a model of Helveticosaurus, which is known from a rather complete, but heavily crushed skeleton. The one Skeletal reconstruction I can find online comes from a source that I do not trust (the one calling itself heretic), so I try to start from the fossil. In that online drawing, the lumbar ribs are showing a strong curvature of about 90 deg
  9. Ludwigia

    Drawing Number Three

    I finally got back into the mood for drawing after a couple of month's respite. This time I chose my Campanile giganteum to try to duplicate. Here's the result : And here's a photo of the original.
  10. Dereynes

    Stag moose drawing

    A quick sketch I did.
  11. jnicholes

    Sumi e Trilobite.

    Drew this today. Would like to show you all. Used the Japanese Sumi e technique. It's a trilobite. What do you think? Jared
  12. jnicholes

    Fossil Drawing Video

    Sumi e fossil Drawing Video I wanted to show you a video I took of myself drawing a Diplomystus dentatus with a Sumi e technique. It is about 4 minutes long.
  13. After sharing a japanese style sumi e drawing of a Phareodus testis, and getting a lot of great feedback, I decided to draw more fossils. This time I am drawing a Diplomystus dentatus. Picture of the fossil I am going off of is attached. I'll post a picture of the drawing when it's done. Working on it now. Jared
  14. Greyideas

    Tyrannosaurus carnegie skull drawing

    From the album: GreyIdeas (Pranav's collection)

    Tyrannosaurus skull still in the ground drawing
  15. Here is a drawing I drew of two Sub Adult Allosaurus jimmadseni hunting. Enjoy!!
  16. Hi I have been working on this. A drawing of a Xenoceratops scaring away a Thanatotherises that wondered into its nesting grounds to find cover from the rain. I am still working on it and will post the finished drawing later. I also find after colouring the drawing that you loose a lot of the detail. Enjoy!!
  17. As I've posted a lot of trilobite drawings here already, I thought it would be an interesting challenge to take up @Doctor Mud's suggestion to draw a Tumido. I've never drawn a crab before, so this was unfamiliar terrain for me. If I needed the additional challenge, I did this with a sprained thumb. After consulting a few resources, I laid it out and rendered it as usual with pencil. Time: ~12 hours Materials: Pencils (HB, H, some 3B), blending stumps, standard sized white paper.
  18. Hi today I decided to draw a quick drawing of a Qianzhousaurus sinensis here you go. Enjoy!!
  19. I haven't posted in a long time. I used to draw the occasional prehistoric beast but looking back, they always left a lot to be desired. Anyway, I have honed my craft and have since started a drawing degree. I don't do much paleo related drawings as the accuracy needed to be really good scares me! So while I've tried to keep mine reasonably accurate, they are always just for my own enjoyment. Here's a few I've done over the last year or so. First off, something special. This ichthyosaur skull was drawn from life in the Lyme Regis Museum. It was drawn with Jurassic squid ink that wa
  20. Darko

    Tyrannosaurus rex 2.

    Hi! Again with Dino drawings! Here is the latest one, the Tyrannosaurus rex head.I've done this one for my friend from China, but i wanted to share it here as i always do that.It's complete with details. Hope you will enjoy Pozdrav!
  21. Hello! It has been a while since i posted some of my drawings.This is a New one and it's a majestic modern day Wolf (Canis lupus). I drew This Wolf for one girl Who loves them so much. It's also my crush Hope u Will like This one! Kind regards, Darko
  22. After stuffing my face into tons of scientific articles on Late Cretaceous Lamniformes, I decided that I'd want to draw some sharks. Here's a drawing of the two infamous sharks of the Niobrara Formation Cretoxyrhina mantelli and Squalicorax falcatus as partners-in-crime. I've made the Cretoxyrhina ≈6-7 meters and the Squalicorax ≈2 meters. As 2 meters would be the same size as a very tall 6'6" human, you could imagine the Squalicorax as the tallest ordinary human and see how much bigger Cretoxyrhina is. I've always felt like Squalicorax would commonly accompany predators like Cretox
  23. Zdravo svima! "Hello everyone!" Again with Ice Age animals! Now with my favorite animal, the Cave Hyena or Crocuta crocuta spelaea.I've done it in my way,also using the spots of one cave painting where Cave Hyena has spots going from the head to the middle of the stomach.And,yes the ear has been bitten by other predator and now scar is visible.I hope u Will like this one Kind regards, Darko
  24. Again with another one,its Megaloceros giganteus or the Irish Elk.. However i tried something new to add in the background..Something like a swampy background. I dont like it personally but that was only a try..I hope to to improve and fix that in the future. Enjoy
  25. I figured it was time to do a little learning and went to find a diagram of a crab so I could learn all the parts of a crab instead of just prepping one out and putting it on my shelf. I spent over 40 minutes and only found one that really wasnt very good. I am hoping that someone here can lead me to a really good diagram? Thank you to everyone. RB
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