Sunday, June 2, 2013

Pterrible Courier

Pterrible Courier. Sepia ink, sepia powder, white Conté and gouache on recycled paper, 112 x 178mm.

Pterosaurs make terrible couriers. Especially of food parcels.

This is the context in which this drawing originated. I'm hard-pressed to refrain from making another self-deprecatory remark about its silliness, but I had been persuaded to share this on the grounds that pterosaurs figure so rarely among my work (thereby passing the buck altogether). I also realised rather too late how much this resembles the arm-munching T. rex in action and posture. I hope you won't upbraid.


N.

6 comments:

  1. "This is the context in which this drawing originated."

    What kind of dessert was it?

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  2. What references were used for this? Scott Hartman's recent skeletal, surely?

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    1. Yes, indeed; and timely it was, too. Pterosaur skeletals are very thin on the ground. I wish Scott would do more. I'm looking forward to Mark Witton's book.

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