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Author Comments

This is a character I created trying to force back a pissed off ceratasaurus. Actually done mid 2009, but I've got some new work brewin' up back here and I figured I would post something in the meantime. I had trouble naming the character here, but I came up with his first name for sure at least, which is Isaac, and a friend suggested that I take the last name Jones. Isaac Jones.... Any opinions?


Great detail

The level of detail for this is fantastic, especially on the dino. I agree with what others have said about the facial expression... It needs more. As it is, he sort of looks like he needs a cartoon speech bubble saying, "Hey man, read the sign... Are you authorized personnel?... No?... Didn't think so... Shoo!"

Names, Names, Names

Awesome picture! Ten out of Ten and a full five on the rating board!

With Jones it's kind of too common especially seeing as Indiana made it famous...well kind of infamous!

If you are trying to relate it to dinosaurs explore some names.

Dac Raptor <<< The fuck am I on about...ignore that shit!!!


Reminds me of Jurassic Park. could you make one of a guy fighting off a pack of velociraptors?

my 2 cents

Don't make his last name Jones. People'll think he's Indiana Jones' cousin. Isaac Stone sounds good to me. Something nature related since he's fighting dinosaurs.

The picture itself great. The positioning is awkward but hey, it's still awesome

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Lowgan responds:

Well, stone sounds okay but then I think people might automatically associate it with Turok, because, y'know "TUROK: Son of Stone" was the original title for the series.


Really cool pic bro and the for the name maybe daniels or james.
(off topic do you know how to scan drawings on a printer?)

Lowgan responds:

Well, with my scanner, you just lift the lid, slip the paper in there and close it. Then you go to your desktop and select the scan shortcut. From there it usually gives step by step directions on how to finish.

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Credits & Info

4.14 / 5.00

Jan 3, 2011
1:06 PM EST
File Info
603 x 492 px
97.5 KB

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