Post by EmperorDinobot on Sept 6, 2011 2:35:05 GMT
No, that's Torosaurus. And I don't give quills to super advanced ceratopians, like Triceratops, Torosaurus, Chasmosaurus and such. In fact, I totally hate the quills on Rubeosaurus. They aren't really spines, also, they're more like plating. Y'know like a crocodile. Osteoderms.
Argyrosaurus superbus I don't like much how it came out. I feel like I rushed through it. The shading didn't come as crisp as it did on Torosaurus. But then again that's what happens when you draw under the influence and in low light situations.
I like both, also, did you add some spikes on Argyrosaurus forelimbs? (based on those spiky scales found in a brachiosaur footsprint, I presume) I was thinking of doing something similar - with an undescribed sauropod, anyway...
Post by EmperorDinobot on Sept 12, 2011 9:55:43 GMT
Why thank you!
Peloneustes philarchus specifically. I don't like where I put the eyes, but according to Peloneustes that is where they were. I gave it a curvier neck out of artistic ignorance. Anywho, here's a real plesiosaur:
Dolichorhynchops osborni, that bastage plesiosaur with the long snout. I hope dinotoyforum is...pleased with my wretched work.
Post by EmperorDinobot on Dec 3, 2011 15:29:09 GMT
Yaay! something new:
Chromogisaurus novasi of Argentina.
Expect a Carnotaurus next. I drew the Carno in'10 but never quite finished it. I recently moved (again) and this time I've got all my crud with me, so more and more old dino drawings are finally showing up!
Post by EmperorDinobot on Mar 1, 2012 11:36:52 GMT
Really? The Epi? I gave it some very conservative proportions, and nuked a lot of its potential featherhoodness. Made it look more like a dinosaur than a bird. I'm glad you liked it! As for Doli, well, it's hard to screw up a pliosaur!