Dinosaurs in Sci-fi and fantasy art – part IV
Bud Root created the ever popular comic series, Cavewoman, appealing to young man’s fantasies across the US. He began his own company Basement Comics after being turned down for work repeatedly by Marvel. Today he continues to run Basement Comics and has gained much fame for his Cavewoman series.
Is a well known illustrator whose work appears in Eerie, Creepy, Vampirella, and Heavy Metal Magazines, as well as others. His comic creation DEN was adapted for the Heavy Metal movie. Richard also does his own writing and coloring giving his work a distinct feel. He’s won numerous awards through the years. All of the stories and covers he did with Creepy and Eerie have been re-released in one volume by Dark Horse Comics.
Dan became known for his work on the Tomb Tales horror comics by Cryptic Entertainment in the 1990’s. He is currently working on the Space 1958, retro sci-fi comic.
Misc. Here’s some miscellaneous Dino art I’ve come across by different artists…scroll over the art to see names.
One more post, then I’m going to take a break from the dinosaur fantasy art.
I’m going to restart the series with dinosaur illustrators and artists in the science and museums field.
Love these posts. Have always liked Cavewoman though some of the stories leave a little to be desired. Can’t wait to see what you have coming down the pipeline.
Amazing fantasy art, these are stunning!
Been away from th internet th last few weeks, so have some catching up to do – u’ll b pleased to learn that these dino-art Posts got me back into th blogosphere!
Notice u have part v up as well so will give that a butchers in due course.