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  1. Fossil News Summer 19 issue is available

    The Summer 2019 issue of Fossil News features the paleoart of Jimi Catanzaro, an article about late-Cretaceous pterosaurs in Cuba, more on that ammonite in amber you've been hearing so much about, an exclusive excerpt from Enrico Bonino’s new book about fossil medusozoans and how primitive algal mats helped preserve them, and a whole lot more! tinyurl.com/fnsubscribe
  2. Extinct Sharks

    Hi everyone. Here i will show two genus of extinct Sharks such as 1.Squalicorax and 2.Cretoxyrhina. If someone is interested,let know Thanks for your time, Darko
  3. Primitive Elephants

    Hi everyone. With these drawings i wanted to represent the extinct species of Prehistoric Elephants which have been found in Serbia. 1.Zygolophodon turicensis 2.Anancus arvernensis 3.Deinotherium giganteum 4.Gomphotherium angustidens The pics are maybe not so dark with shades as they have to be,that's because of my camera. If someone is maybe interested ,let me know. Enjoy Darko
  4. Hi! Here is Just something which i drew few weeks ago,the Cave Lion. Enjoy. Darko
  5. 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!
  6. Hi everyone! It has been a while since i have been here.Mostly i have a lot of things around the Faculty to do, so i didn't have much time for fossils sadly. I want to ask if anyone is maybe maybe interested in some of my drawings? I would like to hear ya! I started collecting Pleistocene fossils,mostly mammal teeth ,so i'm looking for that. As you know, i am doing all kinds of prehistoric animals and also modern ones. If anyone is interested,let me know via PM Regards, Darko
  7. A few months ago we welcomed a new member to the forum from Los Angeles, CA. @samtung like several members here has the kind of unbelievable artistic skills that I'd give my right arm for (I am left handed ). In his introductory post he showed some of his paleoart that he'd been working on: I noted with great interest that one of the creatures he displayed in that post was a nice Pachycephalosaurus wyomingensis. I've always had a soft spot in my heart for this hard-headed dinosaurian since I was a kid. I doubled down on my interest in this species when my wife and I were fortunate enough to meet-up with @jpc in Wyoming back in the summer of 2017 to collect some dinosaur bones on one of the private ranches with Late Cretaceous exposures. We were lucky enough to find an interesting dino tooth that was identified here on the forum as coming from P. wyomingensis. http://www.thefossilforum.com/index.php?/topic/78217-wyoming-fossil-hunting-adventure-september-2017/&do=findComment&comment=825238 This specimen among many others from that trip were labeled and packed away. I'd wanted to display this cool tooth in a more interesting way and seeing Sam's art gave me the idea I'd been waiting for. I contacted him and inquired if he'd be amenable to a commission for a nice drawing to go with this tooth. Another roadtrip last year which involved a visit to the Royal Ontario Museum in Toronto provided another piece of the puzzle. I took some photos of the mounted cast of "Sandy" the pachy and forwarded this to Sam with the idea of showing the skull which (with open mouth) features the fang-like tooth I had found in Wyoming and accompanying this with a representation of the entire critter in life pose. I was not disappointed as I had not misplaced my trust that Sam could pull this off with talents beyond my comprehension. I had a custom mat and non-reflective glass made to fit a standard 11x14 frame and then played with ideas for placing the tooth. One idea was to put the tooth in the negative space to the left of the skull drawing but the tooth was thick enough that I'd have to double or triple mat the print to build enough "shadowbox" space to fit the tooth under the glass. I thought of punching a clean 1 inch hole into Sam's print and somehow recessing the tooth into the print. The risk of messing this up and destroying Sam's artwork prevented me from attempting this method. I kind of liked the idea of allowing the tooth to be (carefully) touchable and thought of mounting it over the print where I'd thought of placing it recessed. It sat on my desk for some time while I pondered this. Unfortunately, this placement over the top of the glass caused too much of a 3D shadow onto the print and it just wasn't working. I have no artistic skills but I have a reasonable eye for crafty constructions. In the end (though I may change my mind at some time), the tooth found a home centered at the bottom of the mat. This now hangs at eye level in the area leading between my kitchen and dining room (right above the mounts I made for some of my Mazon Creek fossils that I made some years ago). Having friends over for dinner in a little while so I wanted to get this completed and hung to show off to my friends. I'm happy with the results. Despite not being able to draw a recognizable stick figure, I know enough to spot talent when I see it and enlist those with such talent to make my dreams reality. Cheers. -Ken
  8. Canis lupus - Wolf/Vuk

    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
  9. Your Favorite Paleoart

    Which are your favorite pieces of Paleoart? Something that captured your imagination when you were younger? Something that accompanies your fossil collection? My personal top three is all ''water themed'', in no particular order: From The book of Great Sea-Dragons , this art by John Martin even if totally inaccurate striked me for the grim and dark atmosphere and apocalytical view. Another inaccurate one but these brachiosaurus appeared in a booklet I had when I was a kid and alwas hit my imagination and now I can appreciate Burian's artistic skills. Eventually something more modern, Globidens by Dan Varner ( which passed away too soon) I like how he captured the feeling of marine life and water, his creatures weren't merely floating in a blue background.
  10. Cave Lion - New look!

    Hey everyone! Here is the new look of the Cave Lion! With smaller mane as u see. This is something new for me,to draw animal in the other position.Also, at the end of the paper is a bison skull, example of his diet. Enjoy Darko
  11. 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
  12. Hi to ali! I'm doing this again Some of you know about my drawings or have some of them,so u know what is the story about. If anyone is interested in some of my drawings let know,I'm doing ali kinds of prehistoric animals as well as modern ones! I Will add some photos here as examples of what I'm doing . Kind regards, Darko
  13. Megaloceros giganteus

    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
  14. Troodon

    This 2019 is getting better and better ! Here is my new drawing,its Troodon! Hope you like it. Darko
  15. Scipionyx samniticus

    Again something new...Scipionyx samniticus found in Italy
  16. Smilodon Populator 2

    A new Smilodon populator to start New 2019 ! I hope u will like it!
  17. Elrathia kingii

    Hi guys! This is something much different than usual. It is very hard to draw it because of so much details and everything must right.It's just complex! But I love doing this Elrathia kingii Enjoy!
  18. Something New

    Hi everyone! Something new this time! In two day i've done these 3 beautiful animals : 1.American Bison - Bison bison 2.European Red Deer - Cervus elaphus 3.Moose - Alces alces I hope u will like it! Pozdrav, Darko
  19. Suchomimus tenerensis

    Hi everyone. Here is a new drawing that I've finished yesterday. It's a Suchomimus! Hope u will enjoy. P.s.If anyone's interested in some of my drawings send a message. Darko
  20. Hi everyone Here is again something new! It's a Utahraptor,and I don't want to say anything else except that I hope that u will like this one. Enjoy! Darko
  21. Hi everyone! I'm doing Paleoart as you know,so I'm willing to trade for my drawings.I'm interested in all kinds of fossils...I would rather fossil trade with my own fossils,but now I'm having problems with sending them to another country ( I have trade successfully with them earlier).And now I'm trying to solve that problem and It takes time.Because of that i have drawings and i can send them easily.I'm doing all kinds of prehistoric animals as u know. If anyone is interested,feel free to send me a message Thanks
  22. Hi again! As like Jaguar,which I posted few minutes ago,now it's time for Leopard! I drew him also few years ago in the same time as Jaguar.It's a late Pleistocene European Cave Leopard,found also in Serbia . If anyone is interested let me know! Hope you will enjoy with these two cats! Darko
  23. Hi everyone! I found one of my older drawings today, it's a Pleistocene North American Jaguar! One of my favorite Prehistoric cats.If anybody is interested feel free to send me message Darko
  24. Megalonyx jeffersonii

    Today we have Jefferson's Ground Sloth.Enjoy!
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