C. M. Kosemen - Sketches

Sketches by C. M. Kosemen
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Photo of a skull of Muttaburrasaurus, with sketches of a male and a female. Crazy Australian dinosaurs…
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Three quick photo-montage collaborations with Tchane Okuyan, the seminal Turco-French underground photographer. Demons and beautiful, kinky women - just the kind of weirdness we like. Something big may come out of this collaboration soon.

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Three more sketches from last week’s “Inner Monster” workshop at Space Debris Art, an Istanbul-based art gallery.

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Having a lot of dreams about girls lately. Weird girls, with eyes and teeth that don’t look quite human…
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Male and female spirits from a dream.
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Sketch of a hypothetical flying gecko. Its toe-pads have evolved into frond-like creatures that help it fly like a bird or a pterosaur. Speculative evolution inspired by Darren Naish’s “Squamozoic” project.
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Pen sketch of two whimsical creatures, empty vessels for unborn spirits.

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Pencil sketch of “Moaz,” a vaguely-human-like entity I saw in a dream.This being appeared in a stone city where succulent plants and moss grew everywhere.
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Three more sketches from last week’s “Inner Monster” workshop at Space Debris Art, an Istanbul-based art gallery.

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Free-form ink drawings detailed with pen outlines, done at the “Inner Monster” workshop at the Space Debris Art gallery in Istanbul. Some of these belong to me, others, to the people I mentored during the workshop.

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Sketch of a Kahydron from Snaiad, my world design project.This is how these animals look like with the long, “second head” tongue retracted into their chests.
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A Horus-like deity is quite pleased that his twin penises have regained their ability to shoot lightning.
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Sketch of a very strange being, the basis of this artwork on my illustration blog.
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Not everything about this duck-like creature may be as duck-like as it seems.
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In December 2013, me, John Conway and Darren Naish held a launch & signing session for our latest book, the Cryptozoologicon. We had a great time and many of our fans asked us to draw little zoology or cryptid-themed artworks on the books they bought at the event. Here is a collection of those sketches. The artwork here belongs to me, John and Darren.

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