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The Deinocheirus Saga continues…

Deinocheirus herd being stalked by a Tarbosaurus (here clad in my new feathered incarnation). This is definitively not my last take on this…  I have become rather obsessively interested in the (to my eyes at least) humped monster and spent many hours in these illustrations! … Continue reading

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The Time Is Now: Finally Deinocheirus!

Remember this? Zofia Kielan-Jaworowska** , the discoverer of Deinocheirus (the Terrible Claw) in awe of her own discovery…How many times have we stood and stared in awe of this fossil, imagining what the rest of the animal would look? Comparative anatomy deductions … 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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