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Discussion in 'Dinosaurs, Prehistoric Animals, Fauna, and Life' started by freddyman, Apr 18, 2014.
For your first attempt, it looks really good so far!
Be proud that you Sister is so enchanted with your work. I have four sisters. Two of us are very very close. The other two just , well, anyways, cherish what you have. Make a drawing of her! You will have her forever frozen in time, not in a photograph, but in a drawing that shows what you see of her, which can be quite different than a picture, just make sure you're happy with her at the time! She will never, ever, forget you for that. Looking at what your doing, I bet you do portraits just fine.
hypothetical 2014 space Godzilla drawing
I got the surprise of my life when I actually see my sister drawing. it's rare to see her be interested, and even rarer to see her basing it of my drawings. here, she did my space Godzilla and tetraceratops the best she could. i'm honestly quite proud of her. I might even try to teach her( I offered before, but she refused many times). maybe 10th times the charm
tetraceratops was a small synapsid around three feet( 1 meter) in length that lived in the early Permian period. it's name means "four horn face", obviously from the four bony structures on top of it's head. two above the eye sockets, and an extra set above the nasal openings. it lived along with many large predators, including the mighty dimetrodon. these massive, 200+ kg synapsids would make short work of a tetraceratops, so as means of protection, life in the trees could be possible. my drawing is not done. the back leg and mouth needs more work and I'm planning on putting a background in it. more progress would come
this is a photo of a bigger picture. a pair of zhuchengtyrannus ambushes and chases a group of gallimimus.
if you would like suggestions, I'd really like to see your interpretations of "Godzilla 2014 style" Mothra, Rodan, and King Gidorah, as they have been confirmed for the next movie(s)
Great work as always
I was actually planning on that soon.
just a quick sketch. its my first time making a drawing with black paper and white charcoal. I honestly have no idea what I drew. I'll just say its a civet of some sort. that or a Tasmanian lion, I don't know. you decide
That's a neat looking cat or civet like creature. You should consider getting your sister an armature, and some modeling clay. There artistic ability there trying to find a path to expression.
well at least this one is based of an actual animal. its a great horned owl
You did a SPECTACULAR JOB on the Owl!!!
I agree! The last two are exceptional! The first looks like a b/w photograph, the owl reminds me of "Legend of the Guardians". Excellent job! More please!
another macrokentriodon drawing
That is BEAUTIFUL!!!
they are all great
kulindadromeus is arecently found basal neornithischian that lived in the middle Jurassic. its among the first dinosaurs discovered with both feathers and scales. whats also interesting is the large imbricate scales that line up dorsally of the tail, as well as enlarged plates that cover the top of the tail. this herbivorous creature could display strong evidence on all dinosaurs supporting filaments or plumage of some sort.
You should apply for a job as illustrator / pencillist.