Months of experimenting with digital painting are finally bearing fruit: Here is a sub-adult Ceratosaurus, roaming the grey plains next to the dead city of MELAKHIS, built by the things that lived before dinosaurs walked the earth.
Is the dead city of MELAKHIS very far away from our Ceratosaurus, or were the things that lived before dinosaurs walked the earth really, really small? Because the latter thought just occurred to me, and it is an amazing one.
I always thought the concept of a lost civilization of prehistoric sapients was cool, especially around the Mesozoic era. One would think such a thing is more plausible than we suspect. If humans disappeared tomorrow, what would be left of us for a future race of sapients to study? A few scattered remains that might be interpreted as something completely non-sapient? We might never even have existed as far as they'd be concerned.
I like it a lot its very nice im looking forward to hopefully having a snaiad book in my collection soon, im actually working on my own xenobiology project set on a planet named hawking hopefully ill release a field guid styled book of it in a few years