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Old 10-17-2019, 11:23 PM
dinodakhudson dinodakhudson is offline
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Breakfast with Dad


Title: Breakfast with Dad
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Medium: Acrylic
Surface: Paper
Dimension: 18 x 24
Allow digital alterations?: Yes!

The scene depicts a male T. rex feeding a juvenile with a regurgitated meal during an early Cretaceous morning.

The "wavy" appearance is due to the paint still drying on the paper when the picture was took. So, this is something that can be ignored.

Also, the nest in the foreground has little detail in order to have focus on the dinosaurs featured. However, I am open to better ways of drawing focus.

I would like feedback on the overall artistic side of the composition (colors, lighting, shadows, etc.).

Here's some examples of the questions I have in mind:

Does the scene evoke curiosity due to the warm colors?

Does the scale of the animals featured appear to be appropriate for the composition?

Does the scene depicted appear to be something that could be seen in real life?

The science behind the scene is based on the most up to date information, but the behavior shown is speculative. Due to this, I feel that science related critiques are unneeded, but I welcome any scientific insights and critiques.

Last edited by dinodakhudson : 10-17-2019 at 11:51 PM.
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