This is a much simpler examination of dinosaur relationships than most of my watchers would probably find useful. Most of you will know that theropods are broken up into tetanurans and ceratosaurs, and that birds are nested within coelurosaurs, and that there are many internal divisions within sauropods and ornithiscians as well. But this chart is intended to be more of a quick, concise reference for laypeople, teachers, children, or whoever might have a passing interest in dinosaurs. My hope is that anyone who wants to quickly figure out what major group any given dinosaur falls into can glance at this chart and know immediately.
First- this was vectored, the head, hand, arm, and body were all separate parts that I put together then vectored for the desired effect. I put it in vexel because I used a texture and layer blended it in the background.
The title is too long for DA to handle. Graphic designers can't read minds.
I decided not to pursue my only viable skill set because I absolutely hate designing for clients. People never have any idea what they want, and more often than not they ask me to make them something "cool." That means nothing to me. Then when I pull something out of my ass, it's not what they want of course, because they gave me NO direction. And I refuse to keep remaking something over and over on that principle. I also hate that if you're a graphic artist, literally all that's available to you career-wise is the soul-sucking job of advertising. No thank you. I have a problem with how much wasteful packaging takes place in this country, there's no way I'm going to stamp my art on it on it's way to the overflowing landfill.
"The thing I hate the most about advertising is that it attracts all the bright, creative and ambitious young people, leaving us mainly with the slow and self-obsessed to become our artists. Modern art is a disaster area. Never in the field of human history has so much been used by so many to say so little." -Banksy.