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Dinovember 2015

Since I skipped Inktober I decided to try out something I saw on someone else’s blog: “Dinovember.” Its a good excuse to draw dinosaurs.

Basically I think it’s just supposed to be one dino drawing a day, but I decided to do 10 skeletons and 10 with skin/muscles (referenced from google images) and then one speedpaint. Since I’m not intimately familiar with most dino anatomy the sketches were a huge help for the final piece. And it was interesting sorting through all sorts of outdated paleoart for the more modern interpretations.

Unfortunately I injured my hand halfway through and was unable to continue.

1: Apatosaurus

1: Apatosaurus

2: Struthiomimus imagined in the modern era.

2: Struthiomimus imagined in the modern era.

3: Parasaurolophus

3: Parasaurolophus

4: Tylosaurus

4: Tylosaurus

5: Stegosaurus

5: Stegosaurus

6: Pterodactyl

6: Pterodactyl

7: Citipati

7: Citipati

8: Triceratops styled after the illustration by Charles Knight.

8: Triceratops styled after the illustration by Charles Knight.

9: Tyrannosaurus

9: Tyrannosaurus

10: Polacanthus

10: Polacanthus

11: Pachycephalosaurus

11: Pachycephalosaurus

12: Pteranodon imagined in a modern-day setting.

12: Pteranodon imagined in a modern-day setting.

13: Tanystropheus

13: Tanystropheus

14: Iguanodon

14: Iguanodon

15: Inostrancevia

15: Inostrancevia

16: "Neoraptor." What if velociraptors were domesticated like dogs?

16: "Neoraptor." What if velociraptors were domesticated like dogs?

17: Smilodon and the contellation Leo.

17: Smilodon and the contellation Leo.

18: Pachycepalosaurus and the constellation Draco.

18: Pachycepalosaurus and the constellation Draco.