Monthly Archives: July 2012

Yutyrannus. This is how things really change…

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

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Bringing it down (Having fun with Allosaurus Part 2)…

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

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Oldies from Dinosaurs In The Round… From 3D to 2D.

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

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Having Fun with Hadrosaurs… a few sketches.

For anyone with a  taste for creativity and colour, Hadrosaurs -like this strangely crested Olorotitan- simply open the gates for a flood of possibilities. I could finally see a mounted Olorotitan specimen in the Natural History Museum in Brussels (the … Continue reading

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David Hone’s Darwinopterus

Last time he was around here, David Hone inspired me to do this restoration of Darwinopterus, and I have done it to his specifications (it is in the act of landing on the tree). Based on beautifully preserved material,  the … Continue reading

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The Murals for Hatching The Past.

This expanded  and modified version of my nesting oviraptors (Citipati) facing the storms in Mongolia is part of the trilogy I have devised for the ambitious itinerant exhibition Hatching The Past that has been organised by my friends the Magovern … Continue reading

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The Oviraptor Saga.

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

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