Posts Tagged With: Vertebrate Paleontology

Dinosaur sketching weekend

While digitalizing a selection of my everyday’s sketchbook pages I gather some nice dinosaur sketches (among others creatures: the best!)




Dinosaurs are the very reason why I’m in love with natural sciences.

They were my first glimpse around vertebrate form and function, and compared anatomy

(one of the most fascinating field of science to me)




Over the years I always tried keep out the comfortable cliches and at the same time I started need graphic references about the dino I’m drawing.
As all this sketches are done without references.. well they look in comfortable poses and lack all the wiki details that nerds like me, love to find in “good paleoart”




The new thing with this selected gathering is the use of liner brush and sanguine watercolour to perform the drawing form zero to the end.


hadro web



Free bonus:


crowed web



Hope you like them!


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Preparation time lapse

Preparation time lapse

This is one of my latest paleontological activities: cleaning some giant sloth fossils in the paleontology lab of the National University of Córdoba (FCEFyN, UNC).
These pictures are 5 hours of work and materials is not finished yet!

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