We’re delighted to showcase yet more competition entries. Think you can do better?
Want to enter the Beaumaris Rotary Young Artists’ Dinosaur Competition? Full details on how to enter: beaumarisrotary.com/beaumaris-rotary-young-artists-dinosaur-competition/
But don’t hang around! You only have until 6pm, Tuesday 22 September 2020!
In the meantime, draw more inspiration from the world’s scariest fictional monsters:
Smaug in The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey
“My teeth are swords. My claws are spears. My wings are a hurricane!”
Smaug is the enormous dragon who protects the treasure that the dwarves believe is rightfully theirs. But who’s the actor who gives Smaug his silky-smooth voice in the 2012 movie?
Indominus Rex in Jurassic World
“We need more.” “More what?” “Teeth. We need more teeth.”
What do you get when you combine a Tyrannosaurus with a Velociraptor? A nasty hybrid dinosaur with super intelligence. Attagirl!
Kong in Kong: Skull Island
“We are dealing with a monster from a bygone era.”
Who can forget the skullcrawlers? Fortunately, they are no match for the mighty Kong.
Godzilla in Godzilla: King of the Monsters
“You have no idea what’s coming.”
Godzilla (or Gojira) is a gigantic, violent prehistoric sea monster that lay dormant on the seabed until disturbed by man’s nuclear radiation. King of the monsters?
Predator in Predator
“What the hell are you?”
This alien creature proved no match for our all action hero Arnold Schwarzenegger. But do you remember the creature’s strange clicking noise and its maniacal laughter in the final moments of the movie?
And, “just when you thought it was safe to go back in the water”, our reserve list includes: the shark in Jaws, the alien in Alien, the giant squid in 20,000 Leagues under the Sea and the lava worm monster in Journey to the Centre of the Earth.
Can you think of a scarier monster?