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Sketchbook Update: Last one for today! These are some comparative anatomy studies I did recently. Here I was making comparisons of the skulls of dinosaurs (Carnivore and Herbivore)… Although these didn’t turn out that great, I really enjoy doing this sort of Paleo-Illustration. I would like to pursue a career in doing this type of artwork.
Sketchbook Update: Some anatomical studies (Jaguar & Polar Bear) I did based off some taxidermy I saw at the Las Vegas Natural History Museum.
This was Definitely the highlight of my trip! Going to see TheNat (San Diego Natural History Museum)… I’ve always been really inspired by Paleontology and Anatomy, so this was the perfect place to go and gather reference shots. I took over 300 photos that day, these are just a few of my favorites. Really awesome stuff!
Got a chance to check out the Air & Space Museum in San Diego, CA a few weeks ago… I got to see some really inspiring stuff!
These are some Comparative anatomy studies (Neanderthal & Homo Sapiens)… I really love doing this kind of scientific illustration, here I was working mostly with sepia toned micron ink.
Some creature design concept sketches, some more stuff from the new book. Lately I’ve been really interested in pre-historic animals, these are some concepts for upcoming illustrations I hope to do.