Clarissa Ink Arts & Inkor Pank (by Clarissa Pohl) - Shirt-Label "Inkor Pank" - Ink Illustrations: Science and Fantasy - Paleo Arts and Illustrations - Dinosaurs and more I`m a small-scale entrepreneur, writer and illustrator (mostly Dinosaurs and Paleo Arts - it`s my precious, because I studied Geology and Paleontology). In my blog I show my works (or parts of it), my hobbies (Amigurumi and Crochet) and other things/pictures I`m interested in: Nature, Animals, Arts et cetera p.p.. Be invited!
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Category Archives: Geology & Paleontology
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2002 42 x 59,5 cm (Visupoint Pencil Black on paper) A sketch of Deinonychus anthirropus – with and without feathers. The appearance of the feathers is fictional. This image is a result of a sleepless night, just right before an … Continue reading
An unusually clear and beautiful rock/berg crystal.
Well … I must confess, I`m not so sure! The last weeks I made so many attempts, but there`s no attempt I`m really able to like. 😉 My green frame was originally planned, but it doesn´t look so good. And … Continue reading
Days, so dark and rainy. But Ginkgo`s leaves gleam the darkness away! The Ginkgo tree is a “living fossil”. Oldest known fossils related to our recent Ginkgo are dated to Permian Age (270 Million years).
One of my favorite dinosaurs: //www.youtube-nocookie.com/embed/-fyxUxGdrns?rel=0
Not sure, but propably from Lower Jurassic (Lias):