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.
HMPH!! TYPICAL Holywood idiots, they never get things right! THIS GUY, KNOWS HIS STUFF!! THIS, is the REAL Dilophosaurus!!
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?
thanks, yes i will do more of those infographics, but at first I wanna try an acrocanthosaurus for jp expanded
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
one of my fav
one of my fav
Quality illustration! Very informative too.
It's really great! I love it
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".
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....