I sold and shipped my first print off my Etsy shop!
You can get yours here:
All prints are either $20 or $25 with an additional $5 for shipping. They come with a nice note (doodle included) and lots of love and appreciation.
I promise I’m going to hush for a little bit about this, I know how annoying constant advertising can be, but I’m just super excited that I’m actually getting some traffic and whatnot. Also I just don’t have anything to show you all yet because finals have me working like crazy. New stuff to come soon, though!
Here are a few other illustrations I have for sale in my shop:
An illustration made for SPACH (Chilean Paleontological Society) as a part of a poster related with their annual conferences.
The pelagornis chilensis was one of the biggest birds that ever lived, it supposed to be bigger than the argentavis, with a wingspan of 5.2 m.
Giganotosaurus with it’s yap shut. Like you would probably have seen it 90% of the time.
Geological Map of Southwestern England, 1815. William Smith’s portrayal of Britain is the first ever geological map of an entire country (shown here is detail of Southwest England and part of Wales).
From The Oxford Map Companion: One Hundred Sources in World History by Professor Patricia Seed, which illustrates how peoples and cultures throughout the human past have imagined their worlds through a diverse collection of historical maps from the Paleolithic to the present.
Frog Anatomy Time! I have no idea the species for this guy, it wasn’t labeled.
I enjoyed drawing this guy even though I started his skull half a dozen times before I finally settled on it. The problem was I kept starting at his nose. The final time I started with the mid line and the back of his skull, then the rest just filled in, and I finished with the vertebrae and the scapula.