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 […]
You’ve probably already seen my cartoon Woolly Mammoth and Sabre-tooth tiger, but have you seen any of my other recent prehistoric animals? These were great fun to do – take a look below for yourself! Ceratogaulus This was my first real encounter with this critter – Ceratogaulus was basically a prehistoric rodent with a pair […]
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 is synonymous with what we have in mind when we think of prehistoric times. This particular pterodactyl is actually based on one […]
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 […]