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My Trilobite Drawings

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Kane
2 hours ago, Bob Saunders said:

One from an old collection. maybe you can use the detail for another drawing? I have done a few insect drawings. 

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Would be great to see some of your insect drawings! 

 

I have a few Elrathia and Asaphiscus on hand, and haven't thought to draw them yet (they are so flat!). For the flatter ones, I might need to experiment with dynamic lighting to make them "pop" from the page.

I like to have the specimen in hand to experiment with position/perspective so I can turn and pose them in ways that make for an intriguing composition.

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Pagurus
1 hour ago, Kane said:

Sunday's result, with tubercle, terrace lines, and crush damage cracks:

 

 

Jaw dropping artwork. I'm speechless.

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Kane
3 minutes ago, Pagurus said:

 

Jaw dropping artwork. I'm speechless.

Thank you, Mike. :) I just hope I don't run out of trilobites to draw! 

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Adam86cucv
On 2/10/2019 at 4:00 PM, Kane said:

... I just hope I don't run out of trilobites to draw! 

If you do run out I would think ammonites would be a good critter to try.  :ammonite01: 

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Kane

Definitely a great idea. I just need to acquire some that have some detailed complexities to them to make it even more interesting and challenging (crisp suture lines, serpulids, etc.). 

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Al Tahan

Oh my god Kane these are really amazing!! Just stunning :faint:

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