I don’t even need to talk to anyone right now and I would make 10 calls from this.
Shonisaurus popularis! A prehistoric marine reptile.
We don’t know very much about shonisaurus, but we do know that this one is made from a pair of Jon’s old pants and some remnant fabric from the only fabric store in Bay Ridge. Scientists agree that several species of shonisaurus are very cute despite being extinct since the Triassic.
Gen is the best creator of critters ever please look at her recreation of a beautiful sea lizard
it’s the best worst thing ever hahah
Happy Easter and stuff.
Triceratops by Tiffany Turrill
Just one of the 8 cards designs included in the Paleo Post card set!
Amargasaurus by Brynn Metheney
Time for a good scratch! One of the 8 designs featured in the Paleo Post card set.
A generalized maniraptor with male Andean cock-of-the-rock plumage. I did not research maniraptor anatomy exhaustively, but I did try to keep the gist correct (clappers not slappers, approximate ratios of body parts, etc.). Please do not take this to be in any way a scientifically accurate reconstruction, is my point—I wanted to paint a maniraptor with a poofy face.
This is the most recent post from a little side project I am working on to 1) improve my digital painting skills/speed 2) exercise a little creativity and 3) keep me sane when I am not at work. The great majority of the Birdbeasts are not scientific in any way shape or form, but if there happens to be some overlap in my followers between people who like birds and people who like fantasy stuff, this blog may be of interest: www.dailybirdbeast.tumblr.com. Feel free, if you are interested, to submit asks with birds you would like to see beasted! :)