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Soaring above Emerald Seas by creepyfish Soaring above Emerald Seas by creepyfish

edit: updated the picture- did some digital editing. I like this version better.
Starting work on my final children's book project... which is going to be a full book by the end of the semester. AAAAAAH.

Steampunk dinosaurs. How bout that!

Watercolor and a bit of gouache and acrylic, 9 x 18 in.

image ~creepyfish
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Another-Mad-Hatter Featured By Owner Apr 28, 2013   General Artist
I love the coloring of this, and of course your characters. Your technique is gorgeous!
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squeekaboo Featured By Owner Jan 11, 2012
That sky is just STUNNING! :heart:
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popna Featured By Owner Jan 3, 2012  Professional Digital Artist
very nice mood here!
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hezoo Featured By Owner Jan 3, 2012   Traditional Artist
Steampunk and dinosaurs? I think thats a perfect combination.
I am loving your water.

I love the blues and purples. Beautiful painting, instant +fav.
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OrcaOwl Featured By Owner Dec 2, 2011  Student Digital Artist
Featured [link] :heart:
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KiRAWRa Featured By Owner Nov 10, 2011
LMAO I meant to say live. AWKWARD
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creepyfish Featured By Owner Nov 10, 2011  Student Traditional Artist
HAWKWARD! LOL it's okay, I know what you meant! xD :heart:
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KiRAWRa Featured By Owner Nov 10, 2011
I want to love inside your head
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Laphlin Featured By Owner Nov 7, 2011
YEEEAHHHHHH Pteranodon riding! This is just adorable in so many ways.
One note (if you know this already plz disregard) is that pterosaur front limbs/wings were actually digigrade, with the wrist joint located far from the actual toe bones, as in a deer or horse. I think it's understandable that particular detail is ommited in most pterosaur illustrations because it looks quite...odd. But also awesome [link] [link] . Just in case you wanted to know :3 I love pterosaurs :heart:
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creepyfish Featured By Owner Nov 8, 2011  Student Traditional Artist
and now that I'm looking at it, I think his left wing is almost correct considering that wrist joint. I mostly just need to go back and redefine the shape of the right wing to make this work, if I'm looking at this correctly.
but really thank you SO much for pointing that out because I guess I didn't notice when I was looking at references earlier!
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