Well, after some interesting works (many of them with a lot of discussions and knowledge shared by paleontologists) I keep going on the matter and produce extra drawings about the things that I´ve learned.
Here is one example: this is Thylacosmilus atrox from the Miocene of South America, and many aspects of its anatomy and way of life was kindly explained to me by Dr. Francisco Goin during our drawing sessions.
Although my final drawing for him was only in lines, I just want to get further on this magnific beast!
With a blunt nose, head slightly turned down, sabertooths almost parallel and a more “didelphid“ look!
Drawn on cardboard with colour pencils and a little of digital edition.
Hope you like it!