May 04, 2011

The Greatest Works Of Art Mankind Has Ever Known

Experts of paleontology rarely debate the existence of prehistoric superwaterfowl, whom I believe waddled the earth during the late Jurassic epoch and the early stages of avian lifeforms. These illustrations – on grid paper no less, thus chockablock with scientific merit – depict a savage territorial battle between Aythya valisineria amplus and an unidentified carnivorous theropod.

The small, silhouetted airplane-like shapes are indeed 1920s bi-planes; they have been included in these illustrations only for effect, in that they make the scenes more epic.


Melissa said...

And here I thought it was a tiny dino. Poor little dino. He just wanted to play with the big, mean duckie.

Jeope said...