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Gabriel N. U. Aug 22
WIP. An illustration I started long ago but have not had time to finish. Cuspicephalus, a Late Jurassic pterosaur from England. Here hunting a squamate amidst large quillworts. Inspired by a reconstruction of the same taxon by
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Joschua Knรผppe 4h
Highlights from the Cynthiacetus, Saurosuchus, Peltephilis and Bullockornis (with Anthropodyptes)
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Mark Witton Aug 21
New post: Hylaeosaurus, an ankylosaur destined for palaeo stardom that somehow got lost in obscurity, receives some dedicated . It's OK, Hylaeosaurus, I think you're cool. See this and heaps of other hi-res paintings for just $1 a month!
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Gabriel N. U. 14h
Quick sketch. A pair of Alvarezsaurs grooming eachother. Ink and marker.
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Henry Sharpe Aug 21
A quick Sigilmassasaurus painting based on a sketch of a heron I did in BC. This guy isn't preening though, he's just tending to the mild dermatophilosis on his belly
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Beth Zaiken Aug 23
American lion glamour shot ๐Ÿ‘
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Bob Nicholls Aug 23
It is always nice to see one of my artworks made into a meme... I think. ๐Ÿ˜ƒ
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Stephanie Dziezyk Aug 23
I am proud to finally announce my personal drawing of fragilis! 8.5 x 11 inches, .05 2B mechanical pencil, smattering of 6B wood pencil for background and base drawing.
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Mark Witton Aug 20
I've been shaving my Megatherium recon. Naked giant ground sloths seem 'wrong' because I'm so used to traditional shaggy recons, but studies show hairless 4-6 tonne sloths are more plausible given their size, heat production and palaeoclimate.
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Liam Elward Paleoart Aug 24
Replying to @paleobyliam
Anyways, thanks for listening! This was an incredible learning experience and I hope you all like it! I can't wait to start my next piece (expect more scenes moving forward) but right now the burnout is real ๐Ÿฅต๐Ÿ˜ช๐Ÿ˜ด
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๐”ธ๐•ฃ๐•–๐•’ ๐Ÿ๐Ÿ™ โ„๐•–๐••๐•ค๐•ฅ๐• ๐•Ÿ๐•– ๐”ผ๐•Ÿ๐•˜๐•š๐•Ÿ๐•–๐•–๐•ฃ Aug 22
Mesaverde Fm., Cody, WO. 75 MYA. Process thread coming soon.
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Cenozoic Central 2h
Little head sketch of Granastrapotherium snorki. Astrapotheres are in my opnion, one of the weirdest mammals to have ever evolved in South America.
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Gabriel N. U. Aug 23
Quick sketch of Hesperornithoides as it walks away. The leg that is supporting the dinosaur got a bit too rigid on me, but hey, what are you going to do? ๐Ÿคทโ€โ™‚๏ธ This quick sketch help me break from the commissions, and book illustrations I am currently working on
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Raul A Ramos Aug 21
A few renders of my Allosaurus bust in blender 2.8. Been working on this guy off and on for a while now and its really helped me learn a ton about retopology and texturing. history
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Unusual Dinosaur Reconstructions Aug 24
"A sub-adult Dilophosaurus male receiving a warning hiss from a fully grown alpha male resting with his mate. Based off of sockeye salmon and their development of a notch in the upper jaw in spawning mode." Original post:
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Joschua Knรผppe Aug 23
Result from tonights ! This picture shows the Arcillas de Morella Formation, known for Morelladon and the new spinosaur Vallibonavenatirx.
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Prehistorica (Christian M.) Aug 23
And now for the second Lobopod of the day, Ramskoeldia. This one hasnโ€™t been illustrated either. Ramskoeldia was another Lobopod which, like Amplectobelua, possessed gnathobase-like-structures behind the mouth. It lived in the Chengjiang as well.
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Scott Reid Aug 22
For as much as I love dicynodonts, I don't draw them as much as I should. To remedy this, I'm having a go at some of one of the many new faces we've been gifted this year so far, Ufudocyclops! Hopefully it's not looking too wrong, so far.
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Prehistorica (Christian M.) Aug 21
Ayyy I didnโ€™t expect it to come out this nicely but I really like it
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Logan Zielinski Aug 21
Pair of T. Rexโ€™s based on the Sue specimen.
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