Hi I am relatively new here and would like to show some of my dinosaur illustrations to you all. For anyone who belongs to the JPtoys site these will be old news for the most part.
The drawings that I will be showing were done for my college professor as an independent study I did with him. Basically I would draw pictures of what he would tell me and he would check them to make sure they were accurate enough and then use them in his lecture slides while teaching the dinosaur class at my school. It was the most fun school credit ever earned.
These are just a few of many. I'll gradually put the rest up as time passes.
Well right now technically its being used by my college. The on Campus museum MAY use one I did of a Hadrosaurus and Dryptosaurus since its NJ and they have mostly fossils from that area (including some hadro bones). I've been looking into getting it protected so people don't just steal the images. If I ever get that down I may consider selling copies of them I suppose. I'm really thrilled everyone has been so impressed by them so far. I'll try to get the rest of my collection up as soon as possible.
Post by Meso-Cenozoic on Aug 21, 2009 10:35:50 GMT
Hey, Griffin. In ImageShack, you can resize your pic before you hit "start upload". After you've browsed and picked your pic, before you hit the "start upload" button, there's a "resize image" area you can check and choose your size in the drop box next to it. I usually either choose 800x600 (15-in monitor) or 1024x768 (17-in monitor).
The "resize" area is between the "browse" button and the "start upload" button.
Hey thanks so much! Ill def be doing that in the future.
Dan, glad you like it. Everybody has seen the same old Oviraptor at the nest scene. We all know that. I wanted to show it doing something different, yet still within the boundaries of scientific possibility.