Tag Archives: Quetzalcoatlus

Introducing: New protagonists for 2015.

What is behind the story of this new tyrannosaur saga? A few months ago a manuscript  landed on my desk. Mike Kelly, knowledgeable dinosaur fan and a man that is becoming fast a new patron of the Paleo Arts and … Continue reading

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Outtakes from the Big Golden Book (Part One)

A busy scene from the Cretaceous North America, with Albertosaurus chasing Maisaura and chicks (there’s a really 9ld version of this one where Albertosaurus had only a timid feather fan round its arms… things move fast!) ,  Originally the big … Continue reading

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The Therizinosaur Rookery is at last finished.

You saw the process of making this piece-de-resistance. All the protagonists are now in place and the hypothetical life cycle is now complete. Of course it wouldn’t be complete without  the opportunistic mammal trying to predate on the newborns. Regarding … Continue reading

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In The Sea… a collection of revamped oldies.

A modified version of a gigantic pliosaur attack on Elasmosaurus…  Archelon, the gigantic marine turtle in in the far background … I noticed that I have neglected the inclusion of any marine stuff.. it is a subject that is not as popular … Continue reading

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A Gallery of Pterosaurs

No sooner I started this blog, I’ve got a complaint from  David Martill: “crap blog… no pterosaurs”… this post is dedicated to him, after all it was thanks to him that I did the Caulkicephalus restoration for Portsmouth University. Most … Continue reading

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