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Ceratosaurus nasicornis

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The devil's iguana tries to scratch it's chin.

Skeletal reference from Hartman, and pattern inspired by Wayne Barlowe's Jurassic Siesta

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Sonic2006fanHobbyist Digital Artist
Awesome!
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TheSpiderAdventurerHobbyist Traditional Artist
it's funny how it almost look's like it would had be a primitive type of member of the Tyrannosaur family if you look at it more closely or in a certain way am I right
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randomdinosHobbyist Traditional Artist
In Jurassic Siesta, the Ceratosauruses appear to have killed a giant elephant, not a sauropod .-.
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TheMorlockStudent General Artist
Poor theropods can't scratch their chins.
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Not all therapods were unable to reach their chins... But, yeah.. Poor guy. :XD:
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guilmon182Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Cerato: Eh... ugh... I f I could just... reach! DAMMIT!!
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PlioartHobbyist Digital Artist
Ceratosaurus It has perfectly well turned out.
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Julio-LacerdaProfessional Digital Artist
Thank you :)
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Smnt2000Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Wonderful as usual. The big horned reptilian panther: how can I resist it ;) ?
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Julio-LacerdaProfessional Digital Artist
Thanks, my friend :)
Reptilian panther is a very fitting nickname for this guy.
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I always imagine Ceratosaurus as Wolverine or Honey Badger of its time, it may was small but really aggressive and tough.
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no wonder hes the devils iguana cerato dont beleave in a god that would make a creature that cant scratch his own chin
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DurbedHobbyist Digital Artist
Pretty cool

Is this the gracile morph or the adult one? I guess the later, though seems something between both.
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Julio-LacerdaProfessional Digital Artist
Thanks. I based it on the bigger morph, but it could be considered an intermediate if it looks like it.
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DurbedHobbyist Digital Artist
It looks mostly like the robust morph, except for the legs, a bit too skinny. Will you make a background for this?
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Julio-LacerdaProfessional Digital Artist
Not for this one, but I did think about doing a scene involving Ceratosaurus.
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OaglorHobbyist Traditional Artist
Is that nickname original or is it from somewhere else?
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Julio-LacerdaProfessional Digital Artist
You mean devil's iguana? I just made it up :)
Skull-Island-Master's avatar
Ceratosaurs are really badass creatures, it looks awsome, may i ask whats next ?
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Julio-LacerdaProfessional Digital Artist
Thanks, and I have no idea :P maybe something feathered, or a non-theropod dinosaur.
Skull-Island-Master's avatar
how about a prosauropod ?
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Julio-LacerdaProfessional Digital Artist
Nice.. I've been thinking of painting Plateosaurus for quite a while. ;)
Skull-Island-Master's avatar
ah can't wait to see it then :D
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jennovazombieHobbyist Artisan Crafter
That's awesome. :P I love the colors you used,
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