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His Vision Is Based On Movement

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Just a fun mashup of the existing paleo piece I made couple months ago.

"His vision is based on movement, dont worry guys!" Famous last words?
Go birdwatcing they said...

This image is created using Zbrush, Photoshop and 3DS Max. 
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Lordstevie's avatar
you know if birdwatchers rebranded them selfs as " dinosaur watchers" i think they get a upswing in members
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damir-g-martinProfessional Digital Artist
Hahah that's an awesome suggestion!
Gyohead's avatar
Sir just one word: RESPECT! That's truly amazing i am thrilled by this image. It's perfection. New jurassic whatever movie needs you, it's not exaggerated it's just realistic!!! Congratulations!
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damir-g-martinProfessional Digital Artist
Thanks!
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CJCroenHobbyist Traditional Artist
I like to think the T. rex is thinking something like "Yeah, no it's not." XD
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damir-g-martinProfessional Digital Artist
HAhah, something along those lines for sure.
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yea one of the many dumb things about jurassic park lol.....how the hell would he know that and how the heck would that be possible at all?   anyways, epic art damir first time back here in like a year!   this is amazing work all of it!    thanks bro
acepredator's avatar
Most predators will chase you if you move
JacoBaryonyx's avatar
It's based on amphibian eyesight toads and frogs Vision is based on movement and if you listened Mr DNA says they filled in missing DNA gaps with toad dna so there ya go explained 😋
megadeth9mm's avatar
And yet its nostrils are 1 foot away from two humans faces, as it takes huge inhales of scent directly into the largest olfactory region known....lets not make excuses here...sorry but theropods are of the premiere apex predators ever to roam the planet.   They could see other biological life forms standing out in the open.   sorry, i cant debate about this.  ;)
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FeatherNerdHobbyist General Artist
No it's not...?
PHMHD's avatar
A nightmare come true... Don't show this to children, it's too brilliantly realistic. Good work!. 
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damir-g-martinProfessional Digital Artist
Too kind!
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FeysalAnthonyNairProfessional Digital Artist
wow
cft101's avatar
cft101Hobbyist General Artist
hold binoculars the wrong way. "don't worry guys he's far off"
acepredator's avatar
To be fair, most predators with good vision really do have problem with things that are not moving.
MugenSeiRyuu's avatar
I guess that rumor makes eating people a lot more easy.

Birdwatching? The small ones or the really big one?
D-Juan's avatar
D-JuanStudent General Artist
The blue dots are birds pecking its teeth I guess
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damir-g-martinProfessional Digital Artist
Yes
kirkseven's avatar
that`s terrifying.

then again, any 12 meter 7+ tonne theropod staring at you like that would be scary. 
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Wyatt-Andrews-ArtHobbyist General Artist
go stem-bird watching indeed
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damir-g-martinProfessional Digital Artist
:)
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Was T. rex really that big?
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damir-g-martinProfessional Digital Artist
There is slight orthogonal perspective at work here, so it might appear larger than it really is. 
This effect is used when people photograph snakes and crocs and other wildlife with humans in the background to achieve wow effect and make the subject bigger than it is. 
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