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Unaysaurus-tolentinoi-A.jpg by aspidel Unaysaurus-tolentinoi-A.jpg by aspidel
A South America prosauropod. Head portrait. Based on: [link]
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Kitty-Omega Featured By Owner Feb 23, 2005
I love it! I love the look it has...sneakin up on it's prey, getting ready to POUNCE!^^;
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aspidel Featured By Owner Feb 24, 2005  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Actually it's a vegetarian one, munching on cycads... :P
Thanks for the fav anyway!
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Kitty-Omega Featured By Owner Feb 24, 2005
Well. That's the thing about Dinosaurs. Looks are always deceving.....

You're Welcome!
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GossamerDarkness Featured By Owner Feb 21, 2005
My only problem is that it looks like the head curves downwards as well as tilts. Is it supposed to look like this?
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aspidel Featured By Owner Feb 22, 2005  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Yeah, that's what the reconstructions indicate, this one for example: [link]
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Natehan Featured By Owner Feb 21, 2005
That's awesome
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aspidel Featured By Owner Feb 22, 2005  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Thanks for the fav!
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tuomaskoivurinne Featured By Owner Feb 21, 2005   Traditional Artist
I was ment to comment this earlier but I just decided to +fav it right away... I have always liked these head-illustrations you make, but there`s something different about this one.:D
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aspidel Featured By Owner Feb 22, 2005  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Many thanks!
What's different on this one? The eye?
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tuomaskoivurinne Featured By Owner Feb 23, 2005   Traditional Artist
I have now been for about half n'hour making a comparison with this, your Archosaurus, Troodon, Cheneosaurus, Byronosaurus, Antarctosaurus, Thecodontosaurus, Jeholosaurus and Ingenia -head shots, but I still think this one strucks my eye in some strange way... not really able to locate it, maybe the jaw, teeth, some facial feature or expresiion, unfortunately I`m not able to give a proper, constructive critique... you just have to settle with me saying "wow!":D
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Xbalanque Featured By Owner Feb 21, 2005
Love the scales and teeth. How do you do it?

Xbalanque
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aspidel Featured By Owner Feb 22, 2005  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
I've seen some imprints of dinosaur skin, and my imagination did the rest.
What takes more time is the work with the pencil. Hopefully this was a small piece.
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dracontes Featured By Owner Feb 21, 2005  Hobbyist General Artist
I'm hypothesizing that the reason why the title is "Unaysaurus-tolentinoi-A.jpg", is because you forgot to take out the .jpg termination. And it's a good time to ask what does the A stand for... First work on the species?

Good work on the texturing and shading though someone said it's a bit of a no-no to leave white on a shaded drawing.
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aspidel Featured By Owner Feb 21, 2005  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Oh yes, and man I'm too lazy to edit it. :P
The "A" stands for Aspidel. It's also a way to prevent mismatch, when another artist has drawn the same species than me, because DA is sometimes messy for that. ~mirroreyesserval has had this kind of problem once.

My style is inspired by European comics, so yeah I tend to let areas white. Maybe one day I'll colorize some stuff, when I feel like it.
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