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Brachiosaurus

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Brachiosaurus herd. This is small file size but try to notice small birdlike dactyle hunting for fish on the small stream in front :).

Brachiosaurus modeled in Zbrush, rendered in 3ds MAX and comped in photoshop.
Background layered from dozen of photos of my own, digital matte painting is the therm used for this technique.


Print for private use only.
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grandesenigmes's avatar
This is amazing work! check out this one: www.les-dinosaures.fr/Dinos/br…
AntonellisofbBender's avatar
your dinosaur arts are awesome
TheMightySaurus's avatar
Is there a larger version available? ....If you wouldnt me mind using this as my wallpaper
damir-g-martin's avatar
There's no larger version, You're welcome to use this one as your wallpaper..
Lithographica's avatar

Wow! This is a sensational image - amazing work! Brachiosaurus is one of my favourite dinosaurs. The scattering flock of pterosaurs really helps to give a sense of the scale scale of these colossal animals. The landscape looks very authentic too - the trees in the background look to me cypress pines (Cupressaceae family) which have a Jurassic fossil record, and the environment of the Morrison formation (one place where these animals lived) was seasonally dry, so the parched-looking water hole is also very accurate. I love this picture - it really does create the illusion that you just went back in a time machine and took a photo! Thanks for posting it.

damir-g-martin's avatar
Your comment is very rewarding to me!! I feel as tho I succeeded with the illustration if it touches or inspires at least one person so Thank you!
TeddyBlackBear2040's avatar
Great detail and fantstic background.
wolverine041269's avatar
this is a fantastic image, well done
XHawkstarX's avatar
Not to be rude, its really nice, but don't Brachiosaurus have small spikes on its neck?
Animaniac888's avatar
That's Amargasaurus.
XHawkstarX's avatar
Ahh, my bad XD
Quite well done anyway :3
SameerPrehistorica's avatar
Nicely done...It's neck should be somewhat longer.
PeteriDish's avatar
Incredible thing!
GreatDragonSeiryu's avatar
This is so excellently done i almost thought it was a concept printing for Jurassic Park IV or something. incredibly detailed and amazingly & beautifully done.
CadianConcript's avatar
Amazing sculpting skills you have, sir. Also, the final piece is pretty much 'National Geographic' high standard. Are you making any films?
drouch's avatar
Wow good work !!
MHaines3D's avatar
amazing work man
Bowsnblosoms15's avatar
Elephant skin? Are you kidding me?
damir-g-martin's avatar
If you could resize your own skin portion from your body to match the size of an elephants skin, it would look pretty much the same except for the color.
Bowsnblosoms15's avatar
Dinosaurs are reptiles though.
damir-g-martin's avatar
Nope, according to latest(last 10-15 years)discoveries, dinosaurs are more related to birds :)
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