Well...it's been a while since my last journal entry. Well, I just bought Thomas Holtz and Luis Rey's Book "Dinosaurs: The Most Complete, Up-To-Date Encyclopedia For Dinosaur Lovers Of All Ages" and let me tell you...IT'S WORTH EVERY PENNY!
After careful examination of some (more) of Rey's finest art I decided to start an exciting and ENORMOUS project.
SAUROPODS! I'll draw from their more humble origins from Isanosaurus and Antetonitrus, to the massive chinese early and mid Jurassic species to the highly advance titanosaurs in a plate like arrangement (although I'll make them available individually as well!)...I'll skip diplodocoids, and macronarians that are not titanosaurs...
Some species include (and some of them already done or sketched out...)
Blikanasaurus, Isanosaurus, Antetonitrus and Kotasaurus will constitute plate nº1
"Omeisaurus" tianfuensis, Chanjiesaurus anaensis, Mamenchisaurus youngi and Mamenchisaurus constructus, Euhelopus zdanskyi, Klamelisaurus gobiensis will constitute plate nº 2
Malawisaurus dixeyi, Paralititan stromeri, Argentinosaurus huinculensis will constitute plate nº 3
It will take me forever but I think I can pull it through. All will be made using mixed media (since I still don't own a digital plate) and in A3 format!!!!!!!!!
For a sneak preview here goes a Chanjiesaurus anaensis, a 25 meter long species form China. The poor quality is because it's actually a photograph of the board. Anyway here goes...fc05.deviantart.com/fs22/f/200…
If you have any comment or sugestion please feel free to drop me a note.