Live Nude Plastic Dinosaurs

Successful artists know that regular life-drawing sessions are essential for keeping the eye sharp and accurate.

As an unsuccessful artist, I can’t afford to have naked models come over to my house merely for the sake of honing my drafting skills, so I have to make do with my son’s dinosaur toys.

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5 Responses to “Live Nude Plastic Dinosaurs”
  1. Anonymous says:

    Very lifelike. And they hold a pose forever. But do you do gesture drawings?

  2. mikeyed says:

    With the exception of the odd perspective change on the triceratops, I would say this is a mighty fine, dinosaurific accomplishment. I swear I own the two before the last one. You bring back my childhood memories of monolithic monstrosities howling at each other upon the slick, wood-like top of an elementary school desk.

    • Todd says:

      The perspective on the triceratops may look odd because it’s a chasmosaurus, as any six-year-old boy could tell you.

  3. ndgmtlcd says:

    Give him some more! Give him some more! I bought some Schleich and Papo dinosaurs when I was in France this summer and I’m fairly happy with them.