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Hey All, A couple Dinosaurs from this week. @Bobby Rico motivated me to get back into watercolors/ painting again and unfortunately the results are not what I would like. The watercolor Aucasaurus sports multiple mistakes and errors, one being the lack of realism in the overall painting. The predators mottled coloring also caused problems as I strove for a dappled sort of camouflage. Its obviously time to get back to painting. The other dinosaur, Torvorsaurus, was drawn in pencil as a perspective exercise. While the piece lacks detail, the movement in the Torvosaurus creates a sense of excitement that adds to the overall drawing. The jaw in mid-roar was extremely difficult but it seems to have turned out well. I liked it better then the watercolor because of the watercolor's overall shoddiness. Thanks for looking Watercolor Perspective sketch
This rock was found in Michigan. I has an odd shape. but also has two different "layers".. In the second picture you can see the "layer" , and something embedded into the rock like a stem? The rock Doesn't look sandy, but with a hand held magnifier you can see sand.Any ideas? Thank you.
I have a question about rust covered fossils (or not fossils!) is there an easy way to determine if the rust covered object is possibly a fossil (other than just being able to see it is a nail, etc)... how can I safely remove the rust if I am not sure what is under it? I ask because I had one piece that I was SURE was some metal object, but then when I cleaned it up, it was a little petrified twig... I have about 20 of these rusty objects and I've tried cleaning some, but I am afraid of damaging something since I am not sure of the material, and the rust had made the objects take on different shapes... what's going on here? Can anyone explain this to me? Thanks!