Rhamphorhynchus in ink and watercolor

Rhamphorhynchus was a Jurassic-era pterosaur that had a long tail ending with a paddle shape. Their forward-pointing, sharp teeth are quite fearsome, but fish probably never saw them coming anyway. Our best-preserved fossils come from Germany. Watercolor and ink on Moleskine, 4″ x 4″.


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