Day three (or should that be "pthree"?) of the #Sciart #Tweetstorm - a little late. This day's sketchdump includes two character design roughs for an animation project on the back burner tentatively titled "Flapling" which chronicles the first tentative flight of a newly hatched rhamphorhynchus.
Raven Amos Art
More entries for the #Sciart #Tweetstorm - three works in progress for Wednesday.
First up is a lone Nanuqsaurus that will be used in a few ideas and projects I have on the back burner. Secondly, a layout for a piece depicting the paleoenvironment of Alaska's North Slope during the Late Cretaceous period, with a pint-sized tyrant realizing he blundered into the wrong part of the Colville River delta. Last, a pair of azhdarchid pterosaurs pause for a drink in Denali, leaving their footprints along the side of a stream.
A mother Albertosaurus and her 3 chicks go for a stroll on a cold day in early winter through the towering dawn redwood forests of Cretaceous Alaska.
The Alaskan ceratopsian dinosaur, Pachyrhinosaurus perotorum, has a chat with a large dragonfly.
Pachyrhinosaurus canadensis in purple and green.