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Echinoid

A friend bought me some Copic artists' markers recently, so I decided to draw Epidexipteryx hui. It is a strange little creature from the Daohugu beds of the Jurassic of China.

It is based off an illustration by Fabio Pastori in The Bumper Book of Dinosaurs

Apologies for the lines - for some reason I draw better on lined paper :blink:

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Inspiration:

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Echinoid

Also:

Masiakasaurus knopfleri, from the Cretaceous of Madagascar

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Inspiration: (from The Bumper Book of Dinosaurs)

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And Coelophysis bauri, from the Triassic of New Mexico, US

 

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Inspiration " "

 

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Tidgy's Dad

Very nice drawings indeed! :)

Thanks for sharing. 

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caldigger

Ech,  an easy fix for your lined paper dilemma would be to get yourself some tracing paper or Velum ( used for architectural drawings) available at office and art supply stores.

These two are both rather see through so you can place over lined paper, do your drawings and when completed you will have a nice drawing without the lines.:D

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Misha

I really like that style, should try that at some point in the future.

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