Codex Biologica


Zooligical Illustration

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Codex Biologica


Zooligical Illustration

FOOTPRINTS OF LAETOLI–Graphite, ballpoint pen on paper and digital color. Scene depicting all non-Hominin fauna of Laetoli, Tanzania.

SABERTOOTHS– Graphite and digital texture. A compilation of sabertooth predators from left to right: Smilodon, Panthera atrox, Barbourofelis, Homotherium and Xenosmilus.

DAWN OF WHALES–Graphite drawing with digital color. Two early whales, Indohyus (top) and Ambulocetus (bottom) demonstrate their distinct ecological lifestyles.

FISH OF CALIFORNIA–Ink on paper. IllustrationS depicting various southern California fish species. For a more comprehensive collection of drawings,  click here.

FISH OF CALIFORNIA–Ink on paper. IllustrationS depicting various southern California fish species. For a more comprehensive collection of drawings, click here.

DAKOSAURUS–Graphite, oil and ballpoint pen on paper. Reconstruction of the extinct marine Crocodylomorph, Dakosaurus.

AFROTHERIA–India ink on paper. A visual representation of various mammalian orders that originated in Africa.

GHOSTS OF GOMPHOTHERES–3d model with textures. Reconstruction of the extinct elephant Cuvieronius.

MOTHER AND CHILD REUNION–Graphite and acrylic on poster board. A depiction of tyrannosaur family behavior. Males and females are thought to have cared for the young, much like birds.

GOLIATHUS-Watercolor on poster board. Illustration of the largest insect in the world, the Goliath beetle.

All the Wolf’s Expressions–Graphite, color pencil, and ink on paper; digital color. Infographics showing all the major postures seen in wolves, organized from most dominant to most submissive. Additionally, each posture depicts a separate wolf subspecies, from smallest to largest. Background color choices indicate aridity/coolness of habitat of that particular type.

All the Wolf’s Expressions–Graphite, color pencil, and ink on paper; digital color. Infographics showing all the major postures seen in wolves, organized from most dominant to most submissive. Additionally, each posture depicts a separate wolf subspecies, from smallest to largest. Background color choices indicate aridity/coolness of habitat of that particular type.

Codex Botanica


Botanical Illustration

Codex Botanica


Botanical Illustration

FRUIT OF GOMPHOTHERES–Watercolor, color pencil on paper. Various fruit thought to have been dispersed by extinct megafauna. Depictions includes osage orange, guanacaste, avocado, chirimoya, passion fruit and mango.

CHILEAN PEPPER TREE-Ink, graphite and watercolor on paper. Life study of the Chilean Pepper Tree, Schinus polygamus

Iris–Pen, graphite on paper, digital color. Anatomical studies of the iris, Iris sp. with color.