Rawrrr! This is Yutyrannus, a Tyrannosaurid found in Liaoning Province of north-eastern China. They are large carnivores, consuming whatever prey that they can chomp into. They are famous for their abundance of feathers, making them like a mish-mash of scary, beautiful, and cute! (I mean, wouldn't you just like to pet it and snuggle it- without getting your hand bitten off?) Paleontologists are debating whether Yutyrannus had dull or flashy colors. It depends on what the dinos are evolutionarily leaning to; Dull feathers means they're less noticeable to prey, (You would notice a rainbow polar bear more easily, right?) but maybe colorful feathers would be used to woo mates. Here, I'm kind of turning towards the dull feather-type. I made it look kind of like a reverse penguin, with the lighter side on the top.
Welp, that's it for now! I'm gonna try and see if I could pet it... Wish me luck! Byeee~
P.S., this is a page from my coloring book!
Hey guys! I just came back from a school excursion, and interacting with the chickens there made me want to post, not about the chicken and the rooster I made, but of this cassowary! It's still a bird, so I guess it works! So, this is an anthropomorphic cassowary, as you can tell by the arms instead of wings. Anthropomorphic meaning showing human traits, features, or characteristics. I started to draw these birds, and I just couldn't stop! I'll post about the other ones soon. Cassowaries are not endangered or threatened, but they are vulnerable. Their population is declining a little bit, most likely from the loss of habitat. I hope that some day they will not be like other animals, with no habitat and people desperately trying to save them. Ah! I don't want any more animals going the way of the dodo. So, that's it!
Cya all later, peeps!
Here's just a silly little picture that I made for my Kickstarter campaign. It was a bit tricky to do, as I made it entirely in GIMP. All the sketching and drawing I did with my computer mouse. I am quite happy with the results that came out. Although there are a few errors, like the wings of the Quetzalcoatlus, or the miscolored toe of the Carnotaurus, I still think that it's ok.
Well, I hope you enjoyed this post! Toodleoo!
This is a BIG project I've been working on. It's an... uh... A-Allosaurus! Yeah... (Do daspletosauruses have feathers? If so, this is a daspletosaurus.) I'm working on it in gimp, as I have been for the past two days. Ironically, I forget how to do fur a bit more within each day. You can see how the quality is kind of deteriorating as you go along. But I'll correct it! And it'll probably be finished in two more days. 0v0 Rawr! Cya later!
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Mama mia, that's a lot of time.