Baryonyx is a genus of carnivorous saurischian dinosaur first discovered in clay pits just south of Dorking, England, and later reported from fossils found in northern Spain and Portugal. It is known to contain only one species, Baryonyx walkeri.
Teratophoneus curriei. Following the study of Loewen et al. , there has been an artistic explosion regarding this tyranosaurid. Obviously I could not refrain from this and the superb illustration made by Lukas Panzarin gave me the right push to try my best. It was not only a great way to keep in shape, but also to make some progresses and experiments with the material at my disposal. Although light years away from a gifted monster like the aforementioned Panzarin, I was surprised at how much you can achieve with a handful of markers and colored pencils. It must also be said that the special Letraset sheets allow you to achieve effects not possible with plain paper.
I now know that the reported tyrannosaurid gular skin isn’t croc-like and the scaly skin face (not the one on the oral margin) might be inaccurate too. Oh well, next time I’ll be more careful.
A Murderous Monster, 2014.
Coloured with Tria Markers and pencils. Acrylics were used for some light effects.
Paper size: A4. Made on Letraset’s Bleedproof Marker Pad.
Loosely based on: ornate hawk-eagle, emu, crocs and gators.
References: Scott Hartman.