I'm back from Sweden and take a lot of sketches with me. Here some of the best/most imortant for me.
Because I had very little room left in my backpack I was only able to transport my sketchbook and a few pencils.
What you see:
Tyrannosaurs in multiple poses, if you have no more ideas how to depict majestic predators o other big theropods you may find here a few inspirations, note nr. 22 which preen the feathers of it's cest, 17 and 18 which show alberotsaurs courting like a stork and 8 and 9 where they scratiching their faces (inspired by J. Gurney)
The rest of the sketches is maybe interesting for fans of prehistoric mammals, especially Proboscids. These are some just for fun animals created for practice (I was never good at mammals, especially elephants). They are roughly based on Gomphothers and have no names yet. I show here two genera, one which lives in mountain habitats and one from the lowlands/swamps (with an dwarfed island species).