Here's what I'm all about. -Dinosaurs.
Dinosaurs, and everything else prehistoric. I'm also getting into prehistoric warriors. I've been an artist and Paleontologist all my life, way back from a young age. From the time I could stand, I lived and breathed everything prehistoric. I was fascinated by Dinosaurs and other prehistoric things since I was just two years old, and I owe it all to my dear old Grandpy, who got me a full box set of Dinosaur models, the only thing I have to remember him by. I first started drawing when I was around four. I would spend hours drawing pictures of Sauropods fight Tyrannosaurs and putting them into taped-taped together books. Drawing Dinosaurs has been my passion throughout my entire life, but I didn't realize it until recently. Now Paleoart is gonna be my career, and I'm not just gonna be drawing everyday Dinosaurs, I'm gonna make things no one could ever imagine.
By the way, have you ever heard of a movie called Voyage To The Planet of Prehistoric Women? Its a 1960s Russian syfy movie about a team of cosmonauts on an expedition to the planet Venus, hoping to find life there. When they land, they not only find that Venus does support life, but that its prehistoric life, specifically dinosaurs and pterosaurs. They also find evidence of a civilization of people who live on Venus, and there's even a coven of Venusian women who worship a pterosaur as a god. They call this pterosaur Ptera. The Venusian women also seem to have telepathic powers of some kind. I don't know if you seen or heard of this movie, but I thought you might be interested.
Hey, since you like prehistoric animals so much, I thought you might like this. https://www.fanfiction.net/s/10107980/1/Dinosaur-A-Prehistoric-Park-Adventure, https://www.fanfiction.net/s/11619011/1/Dinosaur-Extinction-Lasts-Forever
Hey Paleo, I just checked on your portrait of Sisu and it says you haven't seen the movie yet. You know it's on Disney+ and you need premier access to watch the movie, but I know something else you can watch it on. There's a link called movies7.to where you can watch every movie as free and the first time I went on there, there were no ads to bother but recently that site has been getting ads and began to get annoyed, but I promise you that Raya and the Last Dragon is on there and hopefully Godzilla vs. Kong will be on there once it is released in the Untied States and Canada on March 31st. That was a hint I thought could help you see Raya and the Last Dragon if you can't get into Disney+ and besides, take care of yourself Paleo, see you later.