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Dilophosaurus wetherilli by Teratophoneus Dilophosaurus wetherilli by Teratophoneus
This is the reason why I didnt upload that much pictures the last week. I searched very long and did some research of how to draw a dilophosaurus so I can make an infographic out of it. It turned out quite god, although the legs are a bit too short. This is because the paper I used was too small. I already taped together 2 a4 pieces of papers and dint want to put 2 more on it! Dilophosaurus is a famous lower jurassic theropod and represents one of the first big theropods. He was 6 metres long and had huge teeth which were ideal for cutting through meat.
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:iconawb2012:
HMPH!! TYPICAL Holywood idiots, they never get things right! THIS GUY, KNOWS HIS STUFF!! THIS, is the REAL Dilophosaurus!!
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:icondesmatoraptor:
One of my favorite dinosaurs, can't wait to play as one in Primal Carnage. Also are you going to do more infographics in this format?
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:iconteratophoneus:
thanks, yes i will do more of those infographics, but at first I wanna try an acrocanthosaurus for jp expanded
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:icondesmatoraptor:
Sounds like it's gonna be a good creature for the park! Also if you'll take a suggestion for the infographs, can you do a dinosaur from an island (like Hateg or Madagascar)? just wondering since it seems like dinosaurs from islands often get less attention, unless they're newly discovered
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mexicanzilla Sep 22, 2012  Hobbyist Artist
DILOPHOSAURUS RULES!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
one of my fav
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SeeSamSketch Sep 22, 2012  Student General Artist
Quality illustration! Very informative too.
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:iconristar87:
It's really great! I love it :D
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Saberrex Sep 21, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
Not bad. that is quite accurate. i still wonder to this day how Dilophosaurus hunted. also, "Dilophosaurus" sinensis is obviously quite closely related to D. wetherilli, but i think it deserves a new genus, like "Sinodilophosaurus".
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:iconteratophoneus:
yes youre rightit should get its own name. Its also interesting that "D." sinensis looks quite similar to the jp dilophosaurus in terms of head shape....
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Saberrex Sep 23, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
yeah. that's just plain ironic.
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