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JURASSIC PARK Los Archivos Perdidos
Dilophosaurus
Epoca: Jurasico temprano, hace unos 200-190 millones de años
Distribucion: America del Norte, Asia
Longitud: 7 metros
Peso: 500 kgs
Dieta: Carnívoro
Apodado "escupidor", el Dilophosaurus es uno de los dinosaurios mas representativos de Jurassic Park. Recibe el apodo porque puede lanzar una sustancia negra y viscosa a los ojos de su victima hasta a una distancia de varios metros. Esta sustancia es de hecho un coctel de siete enzimas toxicas distintas, las cuales causan intenso dolor y ceguera, dejando a la victima indefensa ante el ataque del Dilophosaurus. Tambien puede inocular su veneno mordiendo y masticando a la presa antes de soltarla y esperar a que muera. Al parecer, los individuos jovenes son mas propensos a escupir.
El Dilophosaurus suele ser esquivo y de habitos nocturnos; no obstante, esta entre los dinosaurios mas llamativos por sus crestas vivamente coloreadas y la gola de piel membranosa que puede extender cuando esta a punto de atacar, como la capucha de una cobra. Aunque es un veloz corredor, en Jurassic Park es principalmente un cazador de emboscada que vive en las zonas selvaticas mas inaccesibles.
TRIVIA: Los cientificos de Jurassic Park solo se enteraron de que el Dilophosaurus podia escupir su veneno cuando un obrero del parque fue alcanzado de lleno en la cara. Nunca se pudieron localizar las glandulas venenosas del Dilophosaurus.
EXTREMADAMENTE PELIGROSO! Veneno hemolitico.

JURASSIC PARK The Lost Files
Dilophosaurus
Age: Early Jurassic, (200-190 mya)
Range: North America, Asia
Length: 7 meters
Weight: 500 kgs
Diet: Carnivore
Nicknamed "spitter", Dilophosaurus is one of the most representative Jurassic Park dinosaurs. It gets its nickname from its ability to spray a black, gooey substance to the eyes of its victim to a distance of several meters. This substance is actually a cocktail of seven different toxic enzymes, which cause extreme pain and blindness, leaving the victim defenseless against the Dilophosaurus' attack. It can also inoculate its venom by biting and chewing prey and then releasing, waiting for it to die. It seems that young individuals are more prone to spit.
Dilophosaurus is elusive and nocturnal; however, it ranks among the most spectacular dinosaurs due to its vividly colored crests and its frill of membranous skin that can be expanded like a cobra's hood when the animal is ready to attack. Although it is a fast runner, in Jurassic Park it is mostly an ambush predator that lives in the most remote jungle zones.
TRIVIA: The scientists of Jurassic Park only realized that the Dilophosaurus could spit its venom when one of the park's workers was hit in the face by the animal's spittle. The Dilophosaurus' venom glands were never found.
EXTREMELY DANGEROUS! Hemolytic venom.

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Y asi se abre el periodo Cretaceo...
Dos Incisivosaurus buscan alimento en las junglas de lo que un dia será China, hace 130 millones de años.
Parte de un dibujo mas grande.

And thus, the Cretaceous period begins...
Two Incisivosaurus searching for food in the jungles of what will one day become China, 130 million years ago.
Part of a bigger drawing.
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Un grupo de Mahakala (raptores miniatura) intenta derribar a un Psittacosaurus sin ser alcanzados por su potente pico o por sus puas venenosas...
NOTA- Me di cuenta muy tarde de que los Mahakala vivieron millones de aņos despues que Psittacosaurus. Ya que...

A group of Mahakala (miniature raptors) tries to bring down a Psittacosaurus while avoiding its powerful beak and its poisonous bristles...
NOTE- I realized too late that Mahakalas lived millions of years after Psittacosaurus. So what...
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acrylics 2009,
Eoraptor lunensis.
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pencil 2010,
Concavenator corcovatus chasing Pelecanimimus polyodon.

"Pepito" is drawn after the skeletal by ~Dinomaniac.
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acrylics 2009,
Shunosaurus lii and Epidexipteryx hui.
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The second abelisaur.
6m long
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The new spinosaurid from Brazil.
Oxalaia quilombensis is, with 12-14m, one of the biggest spinosaurids and the biggest in southamerica.
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The second Theropod of the Island dinosaurs.
A small troodontid from Romania
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Unquillosaurus ceibali, putative large (2-3 mts) Unenlagine (restored more or less as Austroraptor) and Saltasaurus loricatus


But.... wait...they werent found in the same stratigraphic unit!!!
weeeeeeeeeeeellllllllllllll.... they came from the same province of Argentina, and they are Late Cretaceous in age....

After all, I'm making a restoration of Unquillosaurus, which is a taxon based on a pubis... I'm being very hypotetical!!!
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Sketch of Carnotaurus.
Ballpoint pen, no references...
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Carnotaurus sastrei ripping of some meat from a sauropod carcass
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a mallard I believe...
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Taken at extreme distance, leading to some strange effects, but I kind of like it...
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The FMA IA-58 Pucara is a turboprop powered ground attack aircraft which entered service with the Argentine Air Force in 1975.

The Pucara saw action in the 1982 war, and it was the only aircraft with a short enough landing run to be able to land at Port Stanley airfield. The Pucará was also employed by the air forces of Colombia, Sri Lanka, and Uruguay.

The Pucara is armed with 2 x 20mm cannon, 4 x 7.62mm machine guns, and has 3 hardpoints for bombs, rockets, or torpedoes.

This example is an IA-58A of 1 Squadron Uruguayan Air Force, circa 1991.
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A tiny sketch on a corner of page during a boring day at work today. (lenght 4cm).
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Is that a name?
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Detail of the charging triceratops vs trex scene in progress.
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Influenced by the works of Douglas Henderson
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lythronax dinosaur prehistoric tyrannosaur 3d
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My reconstruction of Alioramus altai.
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I decided to restore the bloop as a sea serpent too, but this one as an incredibly large whale. This guy would by definition be at least louder, and supposedly larger, than the Blue Whale.
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Spinosaurus.
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Dilophosaurus wetherilli- pencil, 2008.
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Dilophosaurus wetherelli. Watercolors and ink, 2008.

No references used.
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Concavenator corcovatus. Pencil, 2010.

Reference: :icondinomaniac: 's skeletal drawing -> [link]
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After a fresh kill.



reference by :iconqilong:
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This is a collaboration with ~RobbieSKatz; the original drawing can be seen at his gallery. Credit goes to him for the idea, the pose and the choice of colors and pattern (that ended up being slightly modified).
This was done as a contribution to The Paleo Handbook, a very cool project for a prehistoric field guide. If you are interested in extinct critters, go check it out!

This thing here is probably one of the most detailed painting I've ever done, especially because for the first time I actually drew most of the scales individually as opposed to using noisy brushes to get a rough texture. Some areas, like the legs and feet, are a bit sloppier because at one time I was just so tired I kinda gave up on retouching. But I'm very proud of the head. I guess I have to thank Robbie for making me do this, it was a nice challenge. :D

Now excuse me while I go to sleep in a corner after that hard work. zzz
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Above the clouds.
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