International Dinosaur Month!!!
Fossil Friday, Anchiceratops.
Anchiceratops is rare compared to other ceratopsians in the area, and usually found near marine sediments.
© The Field Museum, GEO79876.
Anchiceratops, frill and horns skull posterior part of view.
North America Canada Alberta Edmonton
Anchiceratops ornatus by Raven Amos for the Shields and Spears Art Show.
This digital image served as the basis for a black-light active acrylic painting, the incomplete version of which was exhibited on First Friday (3 October 2014).
Some Parksosaurus in a forest in Late Cretaceous North America. They hope you can’t see them - or at least tell where one begins and the other ends.
This is painting inspired Forest Battleship.
Some galloping #inktober ornithischians.
Same old story: unusable laptop, creature design and lots of boredom. But this time, Protoceratops came out.
Oh, and there’s a little spoiler in this sketch. You’ve been advised.
Protoceratops Lineart, 2014.
Pencil on regular paper sheet.
References: Greg S. Paul.
Blog link: http://ktboundary-smnt2000.blogspot.it/2014/10/protoceratops-lineart.html
DeviantArt link: http://smnt2000.deviantart.com/art/Protoceratops-Lineart-487567097
Update: Pachyrhinosaurus mama and behbeh
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Wanted to let everyone know that those Radioactive Dinosaur drawings y’all really enjoyed have now been made into charms! Thanks so much for your encouragement, and check out my Storenvy to get some dino goodness! :0
Since a lot of people really seemed to like my last radioactive dinosaur drawing, I decided to go ahead and do another one! Maybe I’ll just make one for all of my favorite dinosaurs..
Styracosaurus by Raven Amos for the Shields and Spears Art Show.