A study in simultaneous contrast.
Original pencil drawing on illustrator board (approximately 30” x 36”): $6,000
Archival print, limited edition:
17″x21″ drymounted/plaque mounted: $200
30″x36″ drymounted/plaque mounted: $250
30″x36″ on stretched canvas: $250
Drama, and the dangerous teeth of two youthful, playing adolescent therapods. That’s what I was
aiming for here. I drew this in 2015 and looking at it now, I’m not actually sure how I managed the
toning of the shadows and subtle simultaneous contrast. I don’t think I could do it again if I tried.
Don’t take for granted the neck of this animal. Such a massive head and powerful jaws requires enormous neck muscles. The neck of a tyrannosaur is an important part of the death machine. As for the eye – though this animal is just in its teen years, the eyes illuminate us to a deeper soul.