Codswallop indeed, as there are no sheep from which wool could even be derived.
I’m taking an art history class entirely about Michelangelo right now, and so that led to doing Michelangelo parodies with dinosaurs. This is the Libyan Sybil as a tyrannosaurus.
More of the dinner party lithographs.
With Pokemon X and Y coming up, I’ve kind of been on a Poke-hype lately, so that’s where my drawing is going. I wasn’t sure what kind of landscape would symbolize Sylveon, so for now, I’ve left it out.
Spring time is here!
Okay, so it’s not exactly a dinosaur. But she’s extinct and writing with a quill pen, so whatever.
drypoint and chine-colle
Yes, it is completely logical for Tyrannosaurus rex and Stegosaurus to be the dressmakers in this universe.
plate lithograph and chine-colle
Charles is a nervous wreck as he approaches the tyrannosaur of his dreams….
linocut and chine-colle
"WHICH OF THESE ARE DINOSAURS"
Just a fun little doodle about a piece of information that freaks the non dino-nerds out.