The One That Got Away (dangly bits intact)

Allosaurus colour by Barry

Thought you might like to see the finished artwork of the Dinosaur with the Dangly Bits that I blogged about earlier…

As you can see, having solved the problem of the Amercian client who couldn’t bear to see prehistoric genitalia, we then had to amend it still further to accommodate a German client who would not allow any violence, killing or gore.

So, ALL the predatory (and asexual) dinosaurs will be going hungry in this book.

No food and no sex. Doesn’t leave them a whole lot of room for any kind of fun, now does it?

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6 Responses to The One That Got Away (dangly bits intact)

  1. laverneandshirley says:

    Great artwork!

    No wonder dinosaurs are extinct … they can’t eat and they have no appendages to bonk with. Poor things.
    –L

  2. piereth says:

    We want blood and danglers. It’s not real dinosaurage with it. Next thing you know they’ll have no teeth. As L says – no wonder they’re gorn!!

  3. Teresa says:

    Oh dear. Well, better make them exercise fanatics, I guess. Solutions for the repressed. Maybe a weight-lifting belt on the big guy?

  4. Tim says:

    Actually, I kind of object to the small one having joke human hands. Can you adjust for my sensibilities?

  5. Tim says:

    btw, I see your roses found their way onto the BBC site:
    http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/in_pictures/6203381.stm (#2).
    Suitably spurred into action, I’ve just sent them a whole back catalogue of loomoos to ponder upon.

  6. truce says:

    Wooohooo, I’m really pleased my roses got onto the BBC site. *does dance of triumph*. I shall expect the loomoos to be up there soon, if they have any sense.

    And joke human hands were part of Camptosaurus’ charm. Also part of the reason why they became extinct, since they couldn’t hold their knives and forks properly and so starved to death. A lesson for us all, I think.

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