The Brett Booth Dinosaur Blog, dealing with pointy teeth on bitey things.
Thursday, April 16, 2009
Tyrannosaurs part the Third: T. rex!
This is a quicky of a female, we call her the Chocolateosaurus here, I was going for a more drab look on her compared to the male in the next picture.
This is the most current picture of T.rex that I have done. I'm actually not a big fan of the animal. Maybe it's over exposure?
This one (and the next one) was colored by Jess, and the tails are WAAYY to long. But I do like the juvenile rex and triceratops. I drew this one awhile ago so go easy on me.
This was the very first picture of Tyrannosaurus rex I did. The little ones on the side were added for a book, I can't remember what it was called or if it was even used. Depending on who you talk to there are 1 to 3 species in this group. Tyrannosaurus rex, possibly Tyrannosaurus (Tarbosaurus) bataar and Tyrannosaurus (Nanotyrannus) lancensis. It will be interesting to see if they ever come to some sort of conclusion on this but since they only have bones it doesn't seem likely.
Right now I'm just posting a bunch of the older images I have on the computer. I'll interspace some new stuff as well. I've got several colored pictures started:)
Brett is a comic book artist currently working on nothing he can mention, damn it! He also draws dinosaurs! He likes to talk about science and evolution if you don't want to here about that stuff, tuff cookies;)
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