James Gurney writes about his process:
"Where I needed a little more specularity on the beak and head, I painted some gloss medium. Now I had a reference tool with posable wings that I could take outdoors into real sunlight to study the effects of light and shade.
Every photo was full of little surprises. For example, who would have thought of the cast shadow of that cranial process on the far wing?”
New Dinosaur News on Slog via The Stranger, Seattle’s Only Newspaper: Mary P. Traverse