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Cryolophosaurus ellioti

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For the National Dinosaur Museum in Canberra, Australia

Cryolophosaurus was a 20 ft long theropod that lived in Antarctica. Although the continent was higher up and warmer back then, it still was in the arctic circle, and most likely had snowy winters. I couldn't stop myself from giving him fuzzy feet, although it's just artistic speculation.

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matt-baen's avatar
So ahead of its time! Years later feathers & beak confirmed on large theropods.
DinoBirdMan's avatar
This one looks better more than Yutyrannus with fluffy coats that adapted cold-envierment. An especially also it was possibly Dilophosauridea member, it means more close relative of Dilophosaurus than to Carnosauria as possible.
alymarry's avatar
danielwixom03's avatar
I LOVE IT!!! he is so beautiful i wish i was as good and the fluffy\snowshoe foot design is just stunning when i start posting deviations and you see them you will probably laugh out loud i suck i think i suck because i am only nine i used my mom's birth date to get in but according to my mom i am expert for my age sometimes i actually feel that way myself but i truly humble at this great piece of art
halfpennyro04's avatar
im passionately in love with this piece :D
omg its beautiful and looks so real.
im a zookeeper as a day job, and this looks like
something id expect to be mucking out!!!!
wow its incredible! :P:P
Guttergoo's avatar
Oh, that's awesome~ I love the texture and the color scheme.
Oracle-of-Blood's avatar
I don't think there is evidence of Crylophosaurus having feathers, but this is great none the less.
Miyess's avatar
Awsome concept with the feet
Dilong-paradoxus's avatar
That's really good! I can almost imagine it stalking through Jurassic Antarctica...uh-oh, it's heading towards me...(Screams and runs very fast)
Zerocool748's avatar
this is nice, its interesting though that you made its feet fruy/feathery too!
MWV's avatar
great job! I like all of your dinosaurs
SkyTides's avatar
wow, youve got some amazing pics! :)
Mountaineer47's avatar
Oh...he is beautiful! I love how furry he looks! Yes...even the feet. But I completely believe they would have been fluffy-like. Warm feathers for those wintry times. Presently my favorite dinosaur and you do him SO much justice!!!


-Erin ^_^
Reb29's avatar
Awww...he looks so cute with his fuzzy feet and short arms! Anyway, very awesome picture and detail. +fav!

Sincerely,
~Reb29
Shinerai's avatar
Thjat's so cute! ^^
Rissa-May's avatar
I've heard of T-rex sort of Dino that also lived in Antartica. I didn't kno wat other lived there at the time, and now it makes 2 dinos so far, lol. Nice drawing though!
Doblica's avatar
wow, these are amazing.. do you draw te pictures for the museum?
Sukideberu's avatar
of course he had to have fuzzy feet.... it looks really good on him... ^_^
That's just a brilliant dinosaur drawing *sighs*
RetroSushi's avatar
Wow, your eye for detail is amazing! I couldn't imagine myself getting that amount of detail in the fur, especially with acrylics...Heheh. Wonderful work! :clap:
AstroZerk's avatar
Man, you have no idea how much I love dinosaurs!! So you should know I really like your art works withdinosaurs. This is awsome!
Maxiewolf's avatar
For the national Museum in Canberra eh? I might have to go there and have a looksie. I think its one of the few museums in australia I havent been to. I went to the melbourne one recently and enjoyed their Dinosaurs From China Display, among the rest of their dino displays. .. Just not enough Dinosaur Stuff around here me says! Very well done. Love then enrgy you give to your paleo drawings (and everythign else!)
moonmystique's avatar
This is so awesome! And the amount of detail...O_O
ToddFox's avatar
Spifftacular!
DrewTheWolf's avatar
I love dinosaurs. *drool*
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