|24 Jan 2010|| Emma Carolina Wahrenberg|
Wow, this one is amazing O: Ive never seen a zombie dinosaur before... I like the blood, it looks cool Catharina Orm Irian Wendland
|25 Jan 2010|| Anon.|
Im a complete dinosaur geek, Dilophosaurus was a herbivore so it would have an undying thirst for plants
But I love the pic and the concept, outstanding! Catharina Orm Irian Wendland
replies: "Nah, Dilophosaurus probably lived from eating meat- the plates on its head were rather fragile (too fragile for hunting other dinosaurs probably), that’s why the paleontologists believe it would probably more eat bugger than hunt living dinosaurs... except it would use its sharp claws on the feet.
The teeth of Dilophosaurus are shaped completely wrong for a herbivore dinosaur- herbivore dinosaurs (also recent herbivore animals) have more flat and big teeth, not sharp and thin ones like Dilophosaurus and many other carnivore dinosaur had.
Well, anyway, a zombiefied dinosaur would probably eat flesh, whether it was herbi- or carnivore before... I’m glad you like it though!"
|26 Jan 2010|| Sophie Sapphire WolfHeart|
WOW THAT IS SOOOO COOL I WISH I COULD DRAW LIKE THAT got any tips for a rookie dino drawer? Catharina Orm Irian Wendland
replies: "Thank you so much!
Well, I have some tips here:
- Use always a reference (from a dinosaur book or the internet), since it is difficult to get the anatomy right otherwise.
- Start to draw the body without legs or arms (I have made the experince that this will give a better result)
- The head consist out of four holes: One for the nose, one for the stability, one for the eye and one for the brain (in this order)... you get a better skull if you start like this.
Maybe also look at this tutorial here:
- You need to draw a long tail, since the whole body need to be balanced out (dinosaurs don’t walk upright)"
|27 Jan 2010|| Rachel E De Jager|
|28 Jan 2010|| Anne Wipf|
|31 Jan 2010|| Smile|
I like him i name hin Fred. Catharina Orm Irian Wendland
replies: "Thanks! =)
Heh, well, he hadn’t a name before, so he definitaly can be called Fred =D"
|6 Feb 2010|| Green Phoenix|Scary, but very well-done image. Makes you think that perhaps dinosaurs were really wiped out by a zombie plague and not some meteorite. ~#@ Catharina Orm Irian Wendland
replies: "Thank you!
Heh, yeah =)"
|16 Apr 2010|| Alexandra Busch|
gotta say, i like it. hehe. does a bit better than my idea of the zomblie werewolf *giggles* ZOMBIES ALL AROUND! WOO YEAH! Catharina Orm Irian Wendland
replies: "Thank you!
Aww, I think a zombie werewolf also sound really interesting =)
Hehe, that might have been the true reason why dinosaurs died out.. XD"
|19 Apr 2010|| Kayla M Acosta|
|19 Apr 2010|| Anon.|
Have you ever read the Dresden files, by Jim Butcher? In book three or four there is a zombie dinosaur that he raises from bones in a museum. It is three sorts of awesome. So is your picture. I love the idea, and I love the way the bones look like a partially eaten fish. It does look like an undead thing. I can’t give you very useful critique, since I’m not an artist, but I enjoy the image and thank you for sharing. Catharina Orm Irian Wendland
replies: "Nope, I haven’t, but it sounds like an interesting book! =)
Thank you! I’m really glad you like it that much and I’m also glad it really looks like it’s dead- Well, more or less at least XD"