My illustration of the tyrannosaurid Teratophoneus taking down a Gryposaurus appears in the issue of Scientific American that's on the newsstands now.
One of the inspirations for the painting was this 1897 painting of Laelaps by Charles Knight (1874-1953). Knight was one of the founding figures of paleoart, working more than a century ago.
He started out by drawing living animals at the zoo, then studied animal anatomy and worked at the American Museum of Natural History.
Today we continue the behind the scenes look at the new paintings for the October issue of Ranger Rick magazine. The next creature I needed to visualize was a duck-billed dinosaur called a Gryposaurus. As you can see from my colored... Read Post
Ladybird By Design at De La Warr Pavilion presents over 200 original illustrations from Ladybird books between the late 1950s to the early 1970s. Focusing on the world in which the reader lived, the exhibition features selections fr... Read Post