Here’s a set of three landscapes (very much in progress) depicting different kinds of landscapes: the Nunatak is describing the isolated mountaintops sticking up from the continental ice sheet during the Ice Age; the Araucaria forest in turn representing a possible type of scenery from the Mesozoic era, although such forests still exists in some parts of the world (like in South America and New Caledonia); also from the Mesozoic era are the big sea reptiles, swimming in their watery world.

Araucaria forest

These are going to be a part of our collection of illustrations for educational purposes. They will be available through our new website, which will be launched soon. Meaning sometime next year, maybe…

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