Quick piece inspired by my thesis research on the moa. I used it to experiment with using coloured lines instead of the black lines that I usually use. It’s not perfect (I redrew that leg five zillion times and this is the least terrible one I did) but it was more for practice (and a new twitter background).
(click hi res for a bigger version)
My entry for the God-zine-la! It’s kind of a meta piece about the American adaptations of Godzilla.
I don’t usually work entirely in digital but I learnt a lot about working in photoshop from doing this!
Result of an experiment with lines and lighting effects in photoshop. Not sure what this little guy is meant to be, some kind of spirit? Dunno.
I did a poster design for a movie night run by the Macquarie University Museum Appreciation Society. The theme was ‘Night at the Museum’ so I started off with a homage to the poster for that film. It really didn’t work for the format they wanted, so I adapted the ideas into what you see above. You can see the full poster displayed on a big screen at the university! It’s so cool!
Incidentally, the movie night is on tomorrow night in the university’s Ancient Cultures Museum (X5B) at 6pm. There will be sweets.
Quick Aerodactyl done for the Twitterdex project. Find out more here!
I haven’t had Photoshop to work with for about three years. This was mainly a test for all the brushes and things that I never got around to using.
Cavelight reveals what daylight shuns.
A Very Pacific Rim Christmas
Sketch of Deinocheirus mirificus, based on what was coming out of SVP 2013. Then I read the abstract of the paper describing the remains of this dinosaur and it turns out I made the sail too small (might be more like that in the simple sketch at the top). Whoops. But it still gets across how unexpectedly weird Deinocheirus turned out to be.