“Tout en Haut du Monde” (Longway North)
French animated feature film project by Rémi Chayé
Pilot : http://vimeo.com/38442550
The poster for NerdQuest. Aka, the reason I’ve not been posting much in awhile, as well as computer problems.
Biggest peice I’ve ever done and most characters in one piece I’ve done
Speculative. “Cretaceous Cavers”, All Yesterdays contest entry by Brian Engh:
“The main idea behind this illustration is that in the 120 million years that dinosaurs ruled the earth, at some point they most likely entered caves, and perhaps even large dinosaurs entered them. As discussed on SV-POW, modern elephants enter caves to exploit their mineral resources, and it was Matt Wedel’s suggestion that perhaps sauropods also did this at some point in their lengthy natural history.” Keep reading
Sketches by Stevie Moore. About the first one:
“A concept of a possible Southern extreme late Jurassic/Early Cretaceous Scene where a Diplodocid sp. Looks for food among the Coniferous Austral Forests. This is a hypothetical scene.”
Morning doodles. Up early, sketching in the waiting room of the VW dealership.
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Cutaway of a termite mound in the Cerrado savannah, Brazil.
Didn’t turn out the way I wanted (but I guess at least it’s not horrible either). Gonna hand this in, and do another cutaway on something else.
Charles Dickens’ meerschaum pipe and quill pen, housed at the Yale Beinecke Rare Book & Manuscript Library. Dickens was born today, 201 years ago!
Search the Beinecke Library’s online archive of objects that provide perspectives on his life and art.
Spinosauridae 2 by Hyrotrioskjan:
“What you see here, is a compilation of every spinosaur which is, in my eyes, different enough to be not a nomen dubium. In the case of the juvenile spinosaur from australia it’s different to say but the isolation from the rest of the world make it pretty plausible that this species was different from Baryonyx and Co.”
Australian spinosaur juvenile: [link]