Two new beautiful illustrations for a European project by Eugene Vinitski – check his portfolio for more art!
Two new dinosaur images just created by Phil Wilson. Phil has an extensive library of dinosaur illustrations – some created samples & many from the numerous dinosaur books that he has illustrated over the years. Check his portfolio for more of his scientific art!
A recent painting by John Walker – acrylic on canvas – titled “Unexpected Rhythms” Check John’s portfolio for more great images and walkerbrushworks.com for more of his original gallery paintings.
A Selfie? HA! No – just a really cool self portrait that John Walker created of himself! See more of his artwork on our web site and johnwalkerillustration.com
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!
Two more examples of Carol Newsom’s children’s illustrations! Carol has created so many images over the years for children’s books – view her portfolio for a great selection of kids, animals, fairy tales, & educational materials!
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 great new painting by John Walker – Apocalyptic Mind. Check his portfolio for more wonderful illustrations!
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!