I wanted to convey a feeling that the dinosaur is reaching out of the page trying to bite the head off the viewer.
The first composition wasn’t working well so I changed it to what I have now to increase the angles in the composition.
I also softened the edges of the parts of the tyrannosaurus that were farther away from the view as well as creating after images of the tail to suggest movement.
Tyrannosaurus Drawing Finished
After making some adjustments to the tail I’m calling this Tyrannosaurus drawing finished.see the post
How Much is Not Enough?
I beginning to get comfortable with minimal detail in my drawings but there is always a question about how much is not enough.see the post
Complex Forms with Scales
I’m learning that describing complex forms that are smooth is much easier than trying to describe complex forms with scales.see the post
A Very Productive Labor Day
I’ve had a very productive labor day today by focusing as much as I can on art throughout the day.see the post
Art and Recovery
Today was a relaxing and easy day as I focused on art and recovery by drawing early and keeping my workout easy.see the post
Put Motive First
With every new drawing I try to put motive first. It’s the motive or idea that determines everything from composition to material.see the post
A Day of Adjustments
Today has been a day of adjustments. I’m going to be adjusting my current Jurassic Park drawing as well as my future roadmap of practice and performance.see the post
Tyrannosaurus Drawing Composition Work
Today was the first day of work on the Tyrannosaurus drawing but I’m not convinced the composition will communicate action, movement and depth.see the post
Researching Tyrannosaurus Images
I’m in between Fandom Fitness drawings currently so I spent a lot of my time today researching Tyrannosaurus images for a Jurassic Park drawing.see the post
- Work: 1736
- Size: 16" x 24"
- Medium: Charcoal and Graphite on Paper
- Sessions: 9/2/2020
- Start date: 9/10/2020
- End date: vertical