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Centrosaurus

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Centrosaurus head. Pencil, drawing cleaned in Photoshop.
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Philoceratops's avatar
This is good for 2006!
ebelesaurus's avatar
what do you mean cleaned or do u mean 2 tell me dat u also have problems keepin ur work clean? well at least u hav photshop. im using my mum n dads laptop.


wonderful work love the scales. in fact ders nuffin 2 dislike
Alnus's avatar
Thank you :-)
"drawing cleaned in Photoshop" is a phrase. It means, you use the computer program Photoshop to remove grey shadows and scratches from the scanned drawing to make it look better.
ebelesaurus's avatar
oh okay you should see mine u r so lucky u hav photoshop!!!
thanks 4 d correction though
im gonna bcum your watcher
Alnus's avatar
Thank you :-)
"drawing cleaned in Photoshop" is a phrase. It means, you use the computer program Photoshop to remove grey shadows and scratches from the scanned drawing to make it look better.
ebelesaurus's avatar
u shuld c my own drawingz very dirti
u r luky u av photoshop
thanks 4 d correction though
Kawekaweau's avatar
Más bien parece un Monoclonius, si es un Centrosaurus donde están sus lenguas óseas que salen de su gola. :?

Pero fuera de eso, esta muy bien detallado, me gusto mucho, ta’ chido. =)
WaylonRowley's avatar
OMG that is beautiful...
Calisius's avatar
very good work. impressive.
dracontes's avatar
Great texture work you have here and the view is original with well rendered perspective :)

I however can't but niggle on some details, though I know correcting the drawing would be troublesome, but, hey, that's just me:
- the cheek margin should be slightly curved, having it that straight would mean the animal would be ripping the muscles apart there.
- there's a deformation on the frill that isn't due to the perspective. I think the frill's top should be a bit to the left, 'bout where the 2nd epoccipital on the left side of the frill is.

One thing I can suggest to correct problems with perspective, if you haven't tried it yet, is to look at your drawing's reflection on a mirror.

Hope to have been of assistance :nod:
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