My collection of drawings of dinosaurs and prehistoric creatures. All forms of Constructive Critisism on improving my skills are appeciated. This thread is updated daily. Tyrannosaurus of Late Cretaceous North America -Inspired by the Jurassic Park "Bull T.rex" figure from Kenner's The Lost World toyline in 1997. Ankylosaurus of Late Cretaceous North America -Another one of my favorites. Forgive the crappy quality of my scanner, it didn't capture the texture in some of these pictures. Spinosaurus of Middle Cretaceous Africa -A tiny bit innacurate. I should have made the crest on the forehead a bit larger, move the legs back a bit further (And longer/skinnier) and had the hands face palm-inward. Saurophaganax of Late Jurassic North America -This took me literally 25 minutes to draw and became one of my favorites easily. I love the posture and the leathery spines running along the length of the back. The Nightshift -A dino-related picture I drew last year. First attempt at drawing people actually. Baryonyx of Early Cretaceous Europe -I've been practicing my texture techniques recently and wanted to try them out on an actual piece. All together it took me about 30-40 minutes to draw. Edmontosaurus of Late Cretaceous North America -I don't draw Ornithopods often mainly because, even though they're dinosaurs, many of them don't have really outstanding features unless they're like Parasaurolophus or Ouranosaurus. I drew this back in November and never scanned it. Battle at the Oasis (A mating pair of Ceratosaurs pepare to take down a bull Stegosaur, who isn't going down without a fight.) -My best drawing I've done so far, says nearly everyone from my parents to my sketch-class teacher.