This ferocious sabre tooth tiger is better known as Smilodon and roamed the plains of America during the Pleistocene era.
Here’s one happy and hairy cartoon mammoth, floating around in the ice age on his own little ice floe!
Here he is, the King of the dinosaurs himself – meet my mighty Tyrannosaurus cartoon!
Dakosaurus was a medium-sized marine predator that lived during the late Jurassic period. Armed with a mouth full of sharp teeth, its name basically translates as “Biter Lizard”.
Here’s my cartoon velociraptor, springing into action with teeth and claws bared!
Look out! This Triceratops cartoon has charged into my portfolio and he’s ready to play! With is three great horns and strong, stocky build, it’s no wonder that Triceratops is a firm favourite.
Stomping his way through my portfolio is my cartoon stegosaurus – a gigantic prehistoric dinosaur with a row of spiny plates along his back.
Roar! Take cover – it’s a cartoon dinosaur, armed with a mouth of sharp teeth and equally sharp claws!
This particular cartoon dinosaur was created as a commission piece for The Jester – the monthly club magazine of The Cartoonists Club of Great Britain.