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All Yesterdays: Protoceratops by John Conway

All Yesterdays: Protoceratops by John Conway

Protoceratops by John Conway, engaging in speculative behaviour. Goat skeletons don't show any obvious tree climbing adaptations, but they still manage fine.

Apatosaurus by John Conway

Apatosaurus louisae by John Conway

_Apatosaurus_ (formerly known as _Brontosaurus_) was a very large sauropod dinosaur, that lived in North America during the Late Jurassic, about 145 million years ago.

Mamenchisaurus by John Conway

Sauropod Herds by John Conway

This is the first in a new series of sketch-paintings I’m doing of sauropod herds — the absurdly proportioned Mamenchisaurus.

Based on the book by John Conway, C.M. Kosemen and Darren Naish.

Based on the book by John Conway, C. Kosemen and Darren Naish.

Saurolophus and Tarbosaurus by John Conway

Saurolophus and Tarbosaurus by John Conway

A spectacular pursuit scene by John Conway; Saurolophus flees a distinctly fluffy Tarbosaurus in late Cretaceous Asia.

John Conway  Giraffatitan brancai  The dinosaur formerly known as Brachiosaurus brancai was possibly the best dinosaur. Experts disagree as to whether this is a flattering portrait.    Here it is eating plants, as was plant eating dinosaur's wont.

Giraffatitan brancai by John Conway

John Conway Giraffatitan brancai The dinosaur formerly known as Brachiosaurus brancai was possibly the best dinosaur. Experts disagree as to whether this is a flattering portrait. Here it is eating plants, as was plant eating dinosaur's wont.

John Alvin (1948–2008) was an American artist who hand-painted some of the most famous movie posters of the '80s and '90s, including Jurassic Park .

This Unseen "Jurassic Park" Poster Art Is Incredible

BY: Michael Dashow.................... Click on image to enlarge.....

Farewell Kiss by Michael Dashow - Fantasy, Illustrations, Scenery/LandscapesCoolvibe – Digital Art

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