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Dromaeosaurus albertensis by Teratophoneus
Dromaeosaurus albertensis
Dromaeosaurs, the running lizard. Interestingly enough, not much is known from this dinosaur even tho it is pretty popular. Ths makes it somewhat difficult to determine its shape and how it really looked. I used several pics for inspiration but the most useful was Scott Hartmans skeletal reonstruction scotthartman.deviantart.com/ar…

The colouration is loosely based on the most beautiful lookin bird that lives to day: The mandarin duck! www.dannyewers.com/Photos/960x…
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Utahraptor ostrommaysorum (updated) by Teratophoneus
Utahraptor ostrommaysorum (updated)
Utahraptor- monster sized killer raptor from North America. It was up to 7 metres long although I have heard there are fragments that might indicates that these things could grow even bigger.
This is my favourite dromaeosaur, since  Balaur is not a dromaeosaur anymore and has been "downgraded" to a herbivore.I decided to go for the bald headed vulture style reconstruction for this animal, because well... it looks more badass and I like vultures .
Colouration based on gamefowl
Update: I lengthened the tail a bit. Although Utahraptor, according to studies, had a shorter tail than other dromaeosaurs, it still wasnt as short as in my first reconstruction which resulted in that the whole animall was scaled a bit too big( i scale the animal pretty easily: Measure the length of the animal on the drawing( For example 31 centimetres in my utahraptor drawing, then divide that through7(which is the animals true length) and then multiple it by 2 to get the 2 metre scalebar- pretty simplistic and may not be the most accurate way to measure it but it works. However, this also means that if the proportions are a bit off, for exampel the tail too short, the whole animals appears disproportionised in the picture).
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Presents! by Teratophoneus
Presents!
So, my sister came back from rehabilitation facility, she was 3 weeks away and when she came back today, this is what she brought back for me! This is awesome, a Jurassic World drinking cup with the king of the dinosaurs on top of it! One of the best presents I´ve got this year so far. She also has one, she got them when she was at the cinema where they apparently sold these things , she wanted a raptor but what she  got was the indominus. I´m  really happy she got me something as cool as this, cuz you all know what  a massive Jurassic Park/World nerd I am ( dont care what everyone says, I  found the movie awesome as hell!, and the success the movie has  really shows ( and I am very happy about that), that dinosaurs are still sth big in our culture (even tough the dinosaurs in JW had some inaccuracies ).
Thanks little sister, this is awesome!


PS: under the drinking cup you see my next picture, and yes you are seeing right, that is in fact a utahraptor!
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Jurassic World is  currently breaking all records and apparently so am I( at least personal records) !  I have reached my first deviation that has got over 300 favoruites, hell, it now has over 400 omg that is amazing thanks to all of you(ironically its the Jurassic World pic I drew XD). Also, I have 998 whatchers which means I am close to 1000!!!!! That is amazing, I never thought to get that popular.  Sharing my art on Deviant Art with all of you folks was the best idea I ever had :D
 Now, what do you want me to do if I reach 1k whatchers, you want me to draw sth, if so what would you like to see, or maybe do sth else? please leave some suggestions :)
Two killer claws are better than one by Teratophoneus
Two killer claws are better than one
Balaur bondoc, the famous Romanian theropod/avialan .

References used: this amazing skeletal reconstruction by qilong  fav.me/d8xri3i
pictures of the actual holotype and a little bit of creativity on the tail feathers ;)

PS Updated it after the massive shitstorm that unfolded in the comments about this thing most likely beeing a herbivore/omnivore... geeez. To make it a bit more plausible I edited the teeth a bit, makeing them smaller and more rounded suggesting it fed on plants but also leaving some of the sharp teeth back in the mouth  for cutting meat and stuff, so yeah, I probably receive another bunch of comment about how wrong this is displaying it with heterodontid dentition but I guess you cant be everyones darling ;)
This is not meant as that I dont like criticism but I still dont understnad somtimes why people just cantt look at these pics on an artistical point of view and may point out what looks right and how well its drawn, cuz i really think this is one of my best ones.
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Jurassic World is  currently breaking all records and apparently so am I( at least personal records) !  I have reached my first deviation that has got over 300 favoruites, hell, it now has over 400 omg that is amazing thanks to all of you(ironically its the Jurassic World pic I drew XD). Also, I have 998 whatchers which means I am close to 1000!!!!! That is amazing, I never thought to get that popular.  Sharing my art on Deviant Art with all of you folks was the best idea I ever had :D
 Now, what do you want me to do if I reach 1k whatchers, you want me to draw sth, if so what would you like to see, or maybe do sth else? please leave some suggestions :)

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Robinson Kunz
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Germany
Current Residence: Germany
Favourite style of art: PalaeoArt
Shell of choice: the shell of a tank?!
Skin of choice: Feathers hairs and of course scales
Favourite cartoon character: annoying orange, Kitty katswell
Personal Quote: T rex rules!
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:iconkaamuz:
kaamuz Featured By Owner Jun 5, 2015
Really cool dinossaurs!  x')  Come check my drawings 2, maby u'll dig them  x')
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Hellraptor Featured By Owner Jun 3, 2015  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Hi Robinson.If you still do large prehistoric Sharks, here is one newly found called Lepostyrax.
This one was made by :iconhodarinundu:

www.deviantart.com/art/Leptost…
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Teratophoneus Featured By Owner Jun 4, 2015
thanks man for lettin me know, the giant shark series will continue , I have a siamosaurus in the works, but I think that one has to wait , cuz this new leptostyrax is just too awesome, I also hope I finish the giant shark  series soon, after all, there are only about  4 more species to draw :)
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Hellraptor Featured By Owner Jun 4, 2015  Hobbyist Digital Artist
☺I wish you luck with the shark project
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Sovietmaster Featured By Owner May 27, 2015
When you do Tyrannosaurids/Tyrannosaurus Rex - where do you usually place the proto-feathers or how much area should the proto-feathers cover the body?
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Teratophoneus Featured By Owner Jun 3, 2015
good question.  Well, i am not a palaeontologist, and I  dont know exactly how much feathers they had, noone knows cuz there arent eny tyrannosaurs around these days. I actually place them randomly on the body, usually around the neck and then running along the back, while leaving the rest covered ins cales. i think we have skin impressions from albertosaurus that show us that they had scales at least on some parts of their body
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Sovietmaster Featured By Owner Jun 3, 2015
Ok, thanks. and how did you get better in paleoart? Did you talk to paleoartists on anatomy points or repeatedly draw skeletal structures?
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Teratophoneus Featured By Owner Jun 4, 2015
none of that,it was  a lot of personal research and switching from quanity to quality, in my early days, I drew sometimes 5 pics a day, now I´m having an amazing day if I can finish  2 or 3 pics, cuz it take a lot more research. But the most important point to improve was drawing more and more and gettin more routine, hwoever ,some palaeoartists had a big influence on my drawing style, mainly PaleoKing from whom I learned  to draw my sauropods more accurate.
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neuer-geist Featured By Owner May 26, 2015  Professional Digital Artist
Dank für die fave
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Gwyndor Featured By Owner May 24, 2015  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Vielen dank fürs faven :D
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