toothed kansan seagull… terrifying
toothed kansan seagull… terrifying
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The iconic thumb-spikes of Iguanodon are useful for bringing pieces of vegetation into the herbivore’s mouth, but they also serve a more lethal purpose as well...
Iguanodons for Earth Day
this is turkey sandwich. hes my best friend (not yours).
Book Review: World’s Best Science Fiction: Third Series
Book Review: World’s Best Science Fiction: Third Series edited by Donald A. Wollheim and Terry Carr (also printed as “World’s Best Science Fiction 1967”) The introduction to this volume of science fiction stories from 1966 mentions that there was a tendency to longer stories in the field, perhaps because many of the ideas required more fleshing out. And while the quality is as always somewhat…
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SANTIAGO (Reuters) - A fossil of a skunk-like mammal that lived during the age of dinosaurs has been discovered in Chilean Patagonia, adding further proof to recent evidence that mammals roamed that part of South America a lot earlier than previously thought.
A part of the creature's fossilized jawbone with five teeth attached were discovered close to the famous Torres del Paine national park.
Christened Orretherium tzen, meaning 'Beast of Five Teeth' in an amalgam of Greek and a local indigenous language, the animal is thought to have lived between 72 and 74 million years ago during the Upper Cretaceous period, at the end of the Mesozoic era, and been a herbivore.
So here's some digital illustrations of a T-Rex, i made 3 colour variations with the Red-ish one being the male, the more brown and blunt the female, and a glowy "Pyro Rex" for fun.
I also include the original sketch in black and white background.
For this illustration I used the animals skull which I dressed with flesh, keeping in mind the latest studies about the sensory scaly lips and the less accurate filaments on the head.
Pteranodon Longiceps Variant 1
I like to imagine that the phytofibers in the plumage of flying reptiles had a similar function to that of modern birds. In this case, researching I have noticed that some species of pteranodon lived near the coasts, so they could have plumage similar to that of the gannet.
had to download chrome (ew) and completely kit it out so i can use all my extensions to make this piece of shit site usable again but we’re back on desktop boys
anyway if y’all see the ugly blue box on my blog lmk what it says my blog’s abt cuz i haven’t updated mobile in 40000 years and i will die before i do so i can’t find out myself
also welcome everybody that followed me for one (1) vaguely aesthetic shitpost this week get ready to get blasted in the face with alice in chains content cuz it’s jerry cantrell’s birthday and i’ve been held back from posting ratty old men for days bc this website is a dysfunctional piece of shit
A new Patreon commish! Greg Noneman commissioned me to draw a few dinosaurs from Ethan Pettus' Primitive War (so we'll be seeing more of them in the near future), and the Father Rex was first on the block!
Be sure to check out the speedpaint video!
Meet Psittacosaurus at the top and Sauropelta at the bottom
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i just had an AWFUL idea. so, all of the batfam have twitter right? well they just tweet totally chaotic things that are like, impossible, so everyone thinks they’re being their normal cryptid selves when they tweet about actual stuff. jason rants about the qualms of being dead and everyone is just like “HAHA Classic jason!”
I got another piece for my sustained investigation, and finally we are in the Cretaceous
I did wanna do accuracy with each piece in terms of the animals, but I didn’t learn about the studies regarding the color and the counter shading of baryoynx until it was too late, that was my bad. I guess you can say I kinda did it with the dark blue on top and the light grey below, but not really
Also this is my first time working with water, so hopefully it doesn’t look too bad
I also worked on this “smaller scale” piece where I’m just showing the comparison between the Jurassic allosaurus and the Cretaceous carcharodontosaurs of the Cretaceous. I based the color of the carcharodontosaurus on the Carchar from fossil fighters, cause I thought it looked cool
The REAL reason that Andrew and Aaron never got along is because Andrew was a space kid and Aaron was a dinosaur kid and they innately understand that they are to be rivals
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