Paleoart & Illustration
“Watching Wayne Barlowe draw is an intriguing experience. Wayne sets down the lightest of pencil lines as a guide and then, without hesitation, begins the meticulous process of rendering the most astonishingly detailed pencil drawings. As his preparatory lines are so light as to be practically invisible, watching the drawings materialize is akin to developing black and white prints. They simply appear, as if the pencil was a scalpel, cutting away the paper to reveal the images underneath.For someone like myself, who has not the slightest clue where a drawing is going when he begins, there’s something alchemical about Wayne’s expertise.” ~ John Howe, illustrator
Styracosaurus albertensis. (The Horned Dinosaurs, by Peter Dodson, 1996).
Approaching Storm, juvenile Tyrannosaurus rex - formerly Nanotyrannus (Alphabet of Dinosaurs, by Peter Dodson, 1995).
Oviraptor philoceratops (Alphabet of Dinosaurs, by Peter Dodson, 1995).
Jurassic Siesta, Ceratosaurus nasicornis (Alphabet of Dinosaurs, by Peter Dodson, 1995).
Twilight Vigil, Velociraptor mongoliensis (Alphabet of Dinosaurs, by Peter Dodson, 1995).
Winner by a Nose, Triceratops vs. Tyrannosaurus (The Horned Dinosaurs, by Peter Dodson, 1996).
Psittacosaurs and Sinornithoides (The Horned Dinosaurs, by Peter Dodson, 1996).
Wild Seed, bookcover.
Elytracephalid, Newsweek editorial illustration.
Dawn for a Distant Earth, bookcover.
Book of the Mad, bookcover.
Frame of Reference, bookcover.
The Mercenary, bookcover.
Ambassador Retief of Terra, bookcover.
The Return of Retief, bookcover.
Black Easter, bookcover.
Dawn of the Endless Night, illustration.
The Book of the Dead, bookcover (1991).
Bloodchild, cover illustration.
The Last Man on Earth, bookcover (self-portrait).