Paleontography

two Tyrannosaurus rex,
graphite, 12 x 20"

T. rex portrait, pen and ink, 8 x 10"

BHI 3033, or "Stan" the T. rex, graphite, 8 x 10"

the spectacular specimen, NGMC 91, also known as "Dave," graphite, 8 x 10"

Coelophysis bauri in forest, graphite, 8 x 10"

Coelophysis bauri, graphite, 8 x 10"

Majungasaurus crenatissimus cannibalizing, ink with Photoshop colors, 11 x 14"

Majunga river basin, Madagascar, 70 million years ago, graphite, 8 x 10"

Majungasaurus crenatissimus as a cannibal, pastel, 10 x 8"

Stygimoloch spinifer, graphite, 8 x 10"

comparison of sauropod dinosaurs, an elephant, and a guy holding a baby sauropod, graphite, 18 x 24"

wounded Triceratops, ink with Photoshop colors, 8 x 10"

Pteranodon ingens, graphite, 11 x 14"

the wing of Bambiraptor, graphite, 8 x 10"

Description

“Paleontography” describes the depiction of ancient life. These are samples of my paleontographic restorations. Clients include the University of MN, Macalester College, Science Museum of MN, State University of NY in Stony Brook.

Work includes technical illustration, life restoration of dinosaurs, recreating ancient ecosystems, and more.