Well, it’s been and gone again for another year – Jurassic June, an online celebration of all things prehistoric, especially my favourite movie ever, Jurassic Park. 30 whole days to get excited beyond measure about nothing but dinosaurs! For last years Jurassic June, I managed to complete one cartoon dinosaur every day for the entirety […]
Ok, so we all know I’m a massive fan of the Jurassic Park movies… So, for a change to more cartoon dinosaurs, I thought I’d do a cartoon of the insect in amber that started the whole story. So what’s the deal with the insect in amber? Easy peasy for those who have seen the […]
Really Nick, more dinosaur cartoons?! I recently completed a series of dinosaur cartoons as part of Jurassic June, an online celebration of all things dinosaur and what better excuse to draw a series of dinosaur cartoons? A little bit of a ‘mammoth’ task, you might say… a new dinosaur every day?! I wanted to create […]
You may have noticed that I have an unhealthy interest in dinosaurs and other prehistoric creatures. When I meet people at networking events, one of the questions I always get asked is ‘how do you draw cartoon dinosaurs’? Of course, my usual response is ‘I don’t know, it just kinda happens’! So let’s take a […]
Parasaurolophus was a large herbivore from the late Cretaceous period and belonged to a group known as the Hadrosaurs. This particular dinosaur is known for its large, elaborate head crest, which forms a long curved tube projecting upwards and back from the skull. Parasaurolophus was such a distinctive creature I just had(rosaur) to draw it […]
As we’re rumbling through Jurassic June, I felt we needed to add some variation to our dinosaurs with a cartoon Pterodactyl. Why choose to do a cartoon Pterodactyl? Not strictly a dinosaur, but one of the flying reptiles and is synonymous with what we have in mind when we think of prehistoric times. This particular […]
Talk about a living tank – this cartoon Ankylosaurus is that and then some! Even his eyelids were armoured!
With his towering neck and mighty shoulders, here’s the next entry for my dinosaur series – a cartoon Brachiosaurus! A little bit about the Brachiosaurus Brachiosaurus was a sauropod from the late Jurassic period (155-140 million years ago) and first discovered in 1903. His name means ‘arm reptile’ due to the oversized front legs, probably […]