Scott Elyard Art

Scott has been an artist since his teenage years, painting with watercolor, acrylics, oils, and digital tablet styli on computer systems ranging from big iron to laptops and tiny computer phones.

He's also been a graphic designer since 1990, when he discovered a laser printer was a marvelous thing and misused it for personal publishing projects in high school. The release of Jurassic Park did things to him, and he perpetually invests in 3D animation software.

Trikeratos, based on Triceratops skeleton.

Trikeratos, product of biology and technology. If someone asked me what it meant, I suppose I’d say, “a fanciful expression of how technology can illuminate details of the distant past.” Yes, that's what I'd say, assuming I can remember it.

The skeleton for this piece is based on photos taken of the Triceratops mount at the Cleveland Museum of Natural History (I was attending SVP in 2008, and had the opportunity to take lots of photo reference).

Prints are available here.

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