“Criss Cross Apple Sauce!” A T Rex sitting cross legged. That was a mind twister to draw. Bringing the book to a close I wanted to have a few of the dinos from the book give one last look to the read.
I’m now on the fence deciding if I want to get a sketchbook for 2014. My time is fairly limited and there are many projects I want to be working on. Such as a May Day at my son’s preschool where we will be learning about story telling… obsessively making Gak, a goopy playable mass for kids events… sequin darned disco dancing monkeys… playing with textures and layers in photoshop as I finally have a Yiynova Tablet Monitor for my computer! If I wasn’t moving so darn slowly I would say most definitely. I know that in just a few months I will be up at all hours but, drawing isn’t easy with a baby in your lap, although, I have done that.
Transitions and growth continue! I appreciate your continued attention. I also just got some new jars for specimens, we will see what I find to put in them.
Did you know technically Plesiosaurs weren’t dinosaurs? They were large swimming reptiles instead. I feel I should say “were” because, of all of the currently believed sitings they really couldn’t have happened. Sadly scientific evidence doesn’t support it. This doesn’t stop me from hoping they still exist today.
However, with all of the stories I do imagine Plesiosaur to be super cuddly creatures.
Continuing with making animals do yoga here is a Euoplocephalous in downward dog. I chose to put this specific dinosaur in a yoga pose because generally when I see him, he seems very stiff and immobile which, in reality probably isn’t the case. I’m sure those back legs have a good deal of flexibility for being able to swing that sledge like tail around at predators.
This page leaves us with two pages left. No fear that the blog posts will be ending. I am actually planning to begin one more post a week. I’m not sure yet what the theme will be but, within two more weeks most posts will happen.
I like to make my base drawings in a reddish hued pencil. I feel I can better build up my line. I enjoyed this for the Gallimimus as I wanted to give them feathers, since it seems very likely they had them. The lighter pencil color lent itself well to the creation of texture.
Today’s post is a little sparse because I am getting over a cold. I was in Boston last week and neglected to take good enough care of myself. I first got laryngitis and then due to too many cough drops, I believe, I got a sinus cold/infection. Flying home was a treat. Thankfully it’s spring in California and the weather is actually humid so, my healing as been expedited. I keep hoping tomorrow I will finally feel almost myself. Maybe tomorrow.