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- Dinosaur Gallery
- It's official... The *New* Big Golden Book of Dinosaurs is advertised at Amazon!
- More Galleries
- Old Volcanic Stuff.
- Edmontosaurus chased by Tyrannosaurus.
- Supersaurus Vs Torvosaurus
- The Deinonychus Saga (Part 2)
- Hatching The Past (part 2): Interactive with kids!
- Some mammal stuff from "Prehistoric Monsters"
Category Archives: Theropods
Embargo lifted and here we are…Kudos to John R. Hutchinson! He has made it once again and this time in the prestigious science magazine NATURE. Hutchinson is not only a man of science, but also a man with imagination and sense of … Continue reading
Now that I’m getting towards the end of my new Random House/Robert Bakker new project, I decided to revisit some classics. My visit to Brussels early this year gave me ammunition to try and restore Iguanodon again… this time based … Continue reading
I’m making public this picture in celebration of having participated in a new Steve White project due out very soon. It is entitled Dinosaur Art, The World’s Greatest Paleoart (due to be released the 28th of September)and compiles some of the all-time … Continue reading
As I have been stressing in my recent talks in Aarhus, Bristol and London the Image of the Dinosaur in modern times keeps changing at an alarming speed rate that many times threatens a good chunk of our work to become obsolete … Continue reading
This piece is taken from “Dinosaurs In The Round” too. Hunting pack of allosaurs try to bring down a medium sized sauropod (Camarasaurus). This scene is inspired by a sculpture group scene I saw in an ”exhibition” made in the … Continue reading
Here’s the Cretaceous diorama from Dinosaurs In The Round . When you have to do a cardboard cut-out 3D piece, the computer layering system is quite valuable . Here I tried to put together all the layers as they would … Continue reading
If there’s an animal that perfectly suits the creativity of any dinosaur illustrator it is the enormous array of oviraptorosaur species. Here I used several well known species (known from well described fossil specimens) as well as several as yet … Continue reading
I did Therizinosaurus in this zebra-stripped guise right from the first painting I did of it. Then, Dorling Kindersley -under my supervision- took the idea to 3D levels in the the DK “Encyclopedia of Dinosaurs and Prehistoric Life”, a book … Continue reading