Queensland, Australia 70 m.y.a
This is a reconstruction of a paleontologist's field site in Australia. This piece was commissioned to be published in a scientific journal article, so needed to be accurate in every detail. The plants, landscape, fungi, and the deceased sauropod are all based on scientific work in the area. This was a graphite drawing, which was enhanced using Photoshop.
I'm sorry for the cover-up - When the article is published, I'll show you all of it. I promise!
A digital painting of Xiphactinus audax, a long extinct predatory fish from the Cretaceous. Known to have grown to 5m and capable of swallowing prey up to 2m in length. The colour scheme is based on large pelagic predators of today like sailfish and marlin.
Also known as Choerodon schoenleinii. This is a large, tropical wrasse with a fairly wide distribution through the Indo-Pacific region, and one of the few fish to have been seen using tools in the wild. They live in the reef environment and have a particular liking for invertebrates.
This is just a sample of my portfolio. You'll see a range of images here, from old school specimen illustrations, through to logos designed for various groups.
All these images are my own, original artworks, and so are copyrighted. Please credit me if you decide to use them.