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Practice with digital painting. Any advice, especially how to finish that chameleon, (or should I scrap it and start again?) Man; I really need to learn to be...
Thanks, I never noticed that I model my background after my subject, I'll try to stop it. Thanks for pointing it out!
I am also working on some digital stuff, but it is rather rough. I'll try to upload it soon..
Haven't posted in a while, here's some recent drawings, a gorilla, South American horned toad, and an asaphus.
(I am not sure how to insert images into my post, the insert option doesn't seem...
These are all fantastic! What do you use for the white highlights?
Very nice, the only thing that strikes me is the fur on your (Neanderthal?) sample, it seems like it may need a few sharp lines thrown in; but all in all these look great!
I agree 100%. I do need some anatomical studies.
Sure; it never hurts to have more!
A few more; (probably not in order); Herrerasaurus, another Moai, Tyrannosaurus, Chasmosaurus, and an unfinished Allosaurus. 16487361648737164873816487391648740
A few more, Eoraptor, Tiktaalik, and a prosauropod.
Just curious, are there any artists here who use markers here regularly? I'd love to see your work!
Dalmanites, a middle Silurian trilobite:
And, a rhino:
Nice gorgosaurus! These are all great, especially the second from the top.
Thanks! Erhhh,, not exactly, I've been working on a few, but there is really only one worth posting; I'll try to get it uploaded sometime tomorrow.
Hope you all like Moai..
Hello, my name is Lincoln Shoemaker, and I am a High school student from Indiana. My art mostly focuses on natural history/biology. I am switching to here from Deviantart, I hear this site is much...