What a great piece of art. I love the somewhat retro feel I get when looking at the image. It reminds me of being a kid and flipping through old dinosaur books just to stare at the pictures. Thanks for giving us this wonderful art and for allowing me to briefly revisit my childhood!
I think discover a new thing…I look at Owen's reconstruction on Dimorphodon...Now have a Question....between skull and claw of Dimorphodon, We see a small skull with mammals teeth...Do you see this skull?
Thanks Don! About selling prints....meh...maybe. Maybe if there's some real interest for it. The thing is, few years ago I got quite a few requests to make some of my pieces available as prints. I thought why not, I mean, this could be a chance to get few additional coins to my meager student budget. So I went ahead with it, started paypal account, cleaned and edited some of my pieces and made them available as prints...and to date I have sold exactly 0 prints. So yeah, I feel like it's not really worth the effort unless there's real demand for it.
Irkenarmada1Featured By OwnerMar 2, 2013Hobbyist Digital Artist
Cool! Even before reading the description, I noticed how much similarity it bore to Doug Henderson's work, both in style and in the time period during which this animal lived, because you know. Henderson focuses on the Chinle Formation.
This is probably my favorite from all of the pieces that you've done thus far (and that is saying a lot)!! I love the merger of a minimalistic yet detailed depiction of both the animal and its scenery that makes you wish for seeing more.
And they're great, Ville. I like this one a bit better than your Postosuchus scene - it does have a strong Henderson flair, but renders the animal not as much into an amorphous mass. Keep up the excellent work!