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Some paleo-drawings (1 Viewer)

Kentobu

Senior Member
These are some of my newer drawings. I use a papermate .05 mm lead pencil and that's it. I'm a stubborn little loser and I'm paying for it. XD Nevertheless, these are some of my recent drawings that seem to be the most popular. If you want to see the rest of my work(animal photos, drawings, stories) you can go to my DA account. Warning, these pictures are of the highest order of nerddom. Hope you like Dinosawz. : D


This first one is a small species of Mosasaur attacking an unlucky pterosaur at night.

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This piece is probably the best thing I've ever drawn(with a pencil). It's a spinosaurus trying to eat an onchopristis(giant sawfish). I worked for literally 2 hours to get the angle right, and I think that that literally made all the difference. I get the most "Oh wow!" comments and favorites on this piece.

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A pack of dire wolves. I know the trees above his head are god-awful, but I am just too lazy to go back and change them. If I do, I definitely need to make them darker. I was happy with most of the rest of the drawing though.

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Thanks for checking out some of my work, and if I finish something new I'll probably post it in this thread if there is some interest.
 

Kentobu

Senior Member
Thanks for the kind words everyone.

@Gumby: Haha, now that yous say it, I almost can too.

@Hemlock: Glad you like him. Took me forever to get that darned saw to where I was happy with it.

@Circadian: Thanks as well. May I ask what makes you prefer it?
 

edinfresno

Senior Member
Nice work. Not bad at all. I see you have an eye for form and, especially, subject layout. You have a bright future in graphic arts, I think. :)
 

Circadian

Senior Member
@Circadian: Thanks as well. May I ask what makes you prefer it?

I guess I just like the shape of the Mosasaur's head and the way you drew the pterosaur. Your onchopristis is pretty cool too, though.
 

Kentobu

Senior Member
@Edinfresno: Thanks a ton! I don't think I've ever had anyone praise my work to that degree. And fun fact, I was in a graphics pathway in High School, haha. Thanks again!

@Circadian: Ah, I was just curious. And thanks to you as well, yet again.
 

Joseph

Senior Member
I really like your style. Keep working at it and I'm sure you'll be able to express yourself in the best possible ways.
 

TheWritingWriter

Senior Member
I am a stubborn one myself, constantly settling for a mechanical pencil rather than that fancy crap my old roommate, who majored in graphic design, used to use.

I agree that these works would go well in a children's book. I especially like the first one. I think it's because of the scenery, and interaction between the two dinosaurs.
 

escorial

WF Veterans
1st.. a bit solid and stiff
2nd..very clever,3 perspectives.breaking the surface,moving forward and the movement upwards..brill
3rd..the eyes catch your glance,move inside the cave then back outside again..the best one.
 
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