Another fantastic dinosaur illustration by Phil Wilson. T-Rex with two Troodon’s in the foreground. Check Phil’s portfolio for more dinosaur illustrations!
Phil Wilson’s most recent painting of the Australian dinosaur – Diamantinasaurus. The unique perspective gives the viewer a close-up to show size & scale. Check his portfolio for more dinosaur images.
A recent dinosaur illustration by Phil Wilson – a Feathered T-Rex that was done for Zoodinos Magazine. Check Phil’s portfolio for more dinosaur art!
Another new dinosaur illustration by Phil Wilson – Apatosaurus – see his portfolio for more fantastic images!
A new dinosaur painting by Phil Wilson – T-Rex attacking a Triceratops. Check Phil’s portfolio for more wonderful dinosaur illustrations!
Two new dinosaur paintings by Phil Wilson – illustrated in acrylic and measuring 18by24. The first painting depicts a group of Amargasaurus – a 33 foot long South American dinosaur from the early Cretaceous period. The second painting shows a Therizinosaurus intruding in an Oviraptor nesting ground. This dinosaur had 11 foot arms with 2 1/2 foot long claws! Check Phil’s portfolio for more fabulous dinosaur illustrations!
Another new dinosaur painting by Phil Wilson – this one pictures two 25 feet long Carnotaurus coming into a group of Gasparinisaurs. These dinos were all from Argentina. Check Phil’s portfolio for more exciting dinosaur art!
Fabulous new dinosaur painting by Phil Wilson. It’s a herd of the bizarre Isisaurus being pursued by a Rajasaurus. These dinos were found in India in 1997. View Phil’s portfolio for more great dino images!
A fantastic new painting of a Diplodocus grazing by Phil Wilson – consider him for your next dinosaur project! Interesting that as I post this “Dippy” is being removed in London – much to the outrage of dinosaur lovers everywhere!
Two new dinosaur paintings by Phil Wilson. The first image shows an armored Edmontonia reacting to a passing Oryctodromeus. The second image shows a pair of Lambeosaurus being watched by three Bambiraptors. Check Phil’s portfolio for more exciting dino illustrations!