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Discussion in 'vBench (Works in Progress)' started by gorgosaurus, Jul 16, 2007.

  1. gorgosaurus Active Member

    I painted my Tony McVey Gorgosaurus as a pretty drab beast.
    This actually took longer than some of my more colourful paint jobs.
    Believe it or not I used more than a dozen shades of greys and browns.
    Then I photographed it in a clay-pit where I go fossil hunting.
    It seemed appropriate and the results look OK, I think.

    A thirsty rush down for a drink.

    Or a hungry rush after...... you!

    And the vignette that never got finished - "Out to lunge..."

    (Notice the colour and contrast shifts according to the light source :-
    1st two images - natural light. Best.
    3rd - cold flourescent light.
    4th - harsh flash.)

    Hope you like!

  2. LVM Active Member

    Very impressive !!!

    The other dino looks so small and so weak ^^

    How long is that dino ?
    And if I can, how long is the Iguanodon ?

  3. gorgosaurus Active Member

    The Gorgosaurus is roughly 38cm long.

    The Iguanodon is about 42-43 cm long.


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