...A Tyrannosaur is held at bay by the keepers from the Trike crew, giving a small flock of Parasaurolophus time to flee through the tree ferns, disturbing a couple of dromaeosaurids in the process of dispatching a hypsilophodontid on the edge of the boating lake....another busy day here in Wyoming's Cretaceous Park.......pencil drawing, about 2001 (I think).....
James (Jim) Robins, illustrator. Graduated Brighton College of Art 1971, has worked in most areas of publishing in a broad range of subject areas and using many and varied techniques, for more of which go to his website at www.jr-illustration.co.uk.
This blog is intended as an archive and showcase of my natural history and palaeontological work. Samples here cover nigh on forty years, and therefore reflect the ongoing theories of tetrapod evolution over that time, so there will be no apologies for positions of necks, tails and hands, possession of feathers - or not - which may not concur with current ideas. Due to copyright limitations there are many omissions, old drawings often pop up - usually uncredited - in clipart and museum archives. Others, after just a single airing have disappeared into the back of a filing cabinet, never to see the light of day again. Everything shown here is under my copyright, please treat this with respect.
If however, you would like to use any of these images, please contact me at: email@example.com