So as you can tell from this blog I've been kind of quiet as of late. Not that I haven't been (artistically) busy. I've got two board game commissions signed up (one is approaching 80% completion).
However I haven't been doing any palaeo-art in almost 6 months. Which is really weird. I can't think of a time in the past 6 years where I wasn't working on something prehistoric. For some reason or another I've experienced some serious palaeontology apathy/burn out. Perhaps after the solid half decade plus this was to be expect, but it still feels weird to not be doing my "thing".
With the decision by Peter and myself to wrap up the ART Evolved galleries for the time being, I'm forcing myself to do at least one really big bang finale piece for this tradition. I own a ton of my artistic growth to the galleries, and so it is only fitting I see them off with a final tribute.
To that end I wanted to push my new found lighting skills into unfamiliar territory. I want to do a Tyrannosaur silhouetted by a sunset.
|Work in progress|