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"Why," you ask? Because we want profile pages to have freedom of customization, but also to have some consistency. This way, when anyone visits a deviant, they know they can always find the art in the top left, and personal info in the top right.
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I was reminded of how awesome Basilosaurus is so I decided I had to draw it and came up with this hour-long sketch. Despite being a whale (yes, even with the -saurus in its name), Basilosaurus suffers from being portrayed as a roaring juggernaut monster with all of its (frankly intimidating) teeth exposed even though no whale looks like that. I decided to show it mouth closed, playfully investigating a nautilus.
A little practice profile of Jane (the juvenile T. rex), motivated by the recent celebration of her "birthday" at Burpee Museum in Rockford. Eventually I'm going to do a full scene of her, but this is just a little practice to get a hang of her body (or part of it) and patterns, slightly based off of baby ducks and woodcocks but still made to look unique.
Here's a highly creative title for a coloured piece for you. Ft. the new Aegirocassis (top), Anomalocaris (reddish brown) and Hurdia (blues). Aegirocassis has been restored at 6.5ft, Anomalocaris at 3ft (not counting the "tassels" at the end of the body), and Hurdia at 8in. The entire drawing is to scale, with 1in representing 8in.
After six or seven hours of work spread across two weeks (most of it being finished today and Tuesday), this drawing is finally done. A female Dawn Tyrant (Proceratosaurus bradleyi) takes a stroll among the forests of England some odd 165mya.