This is a Torosaurus, the cousin of Triceratops! Torosaurus stood generally at about 2 and a half meters tall and 8 meters long. This ceratopsian had three horns on its head, and it's frill lacked spikes. Like all others of it's family, this Torosaurus ate plants. It lived in the western interior of America during the cretaceous period. Scientists are wondering whether Torosaurus and Triceratops are the same species, with Triceratops being Torosaurus's younger form.
This is a Snifflehunch from How to Train your Dragon! I sculpted this fine fellow digitally in Sculptris a while back. This boi took a long time to make, and I'm very satisfied with the result. Thankfully, I used stamps and didn't have to scratch each scale in by hand. The trickiest part I found was the wings. I wonder how this guy could even take off with such a big body and such little wings. Still, I'm very happy with this sculpt! :D
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