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Coelurosaure made on an ipaD tablet... With a "stylus", directly on the screen.

My contribution about prehistoric animals...
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Above: deinonychus... Big sized drawing (one meter approximatively). I had overrated the claws... Fusain and gouache


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Tyrex... Big sized drawing too. Fusain and gouache.
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On the hunt: a very young rhino gets thrashed by a dual coalition of lions!....

   

   

   
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With this awesome representation of a drawing, I think I should become a semi-artist! (Semi, because I will major in Computer Engineering at my favorite university: Virginia Tech!)
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This is one i'm currently working on

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(05-06-2016, 11:56 PM)Pradyumna Wrote: This is one i'm currently working on

Pradyumna, is that drawing supposed to represent Baloo, Bagheera, and Mowgli from the Jungle Book? 
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(05-06-2016, 11:56 PM)Pradyumna Wrote: This is one i'm currently working on

Pradyumna, is that drawing supposed to represent Baloo, Bagheera, and Mowgli from the Jungle Book? 

yupp... That'S the one...
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Welcome back @Pradyumna, Nice to see you after so long and the image look so cool.
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I found some of my older sketches... These were done about 3 or 4 years ago.....

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(05-07-2016, 09:46 AM)Pradyumna Wrote: Polar
(05-06-2016, 11:56 PM)Pradyumna Wrote: This is one i'm currently working on

Pradyumna, is that drawing supposed to represent Baloo, Bagheera, and Mowgli from the Jungle Book? 

yupp... That'S the one...

Very interesting. I am now on the verge of completing another drawing, depicting a collaborative dinosaur hunt. 
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this one

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Seriously, It is freaking awesome @Pradyumna
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(05-07-2016, 12:03 PM)sanjay Wrote: Seriously, It is freaking awesome @Pradyumna

thank you sanjay... I'll be making more animal art so ill be posting often on this thread.
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That bear and tiger one is awesome! I'll be posting plenty on here too, since I take great interest in creating art about nature/animals.
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Learning How to Hunt


"Seventy-seven million years ago, we see a pack of Troodon hunting down an Ankylosaur in what seems to be a rocky landform, right at the stark dead of the night. A youngster Troodon watches the pack's effort while a baby Troodon starts to emerge from its egg behind the youngster. The other members of the pack gore the Ankylosaur by latching it with their raptorian claws and biting it with their shark-like incisors and teeth."

"However, the hunt unfortunately took for the worse, and the pack was left without a meal..."

   

   

   

   

   
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