When I made first sketches of this 3D model, several months ago, I saw several versions of Scott Hartman's silhouettes. Each of them with very different proportions. Later, I reviewed articles by Charig and Milner (1997) and Mateus et al. (2011) that allowed me to better understand Hartman's work. The enormous size of the anterior part of the body and the shortened legs reminds me of other larger Spinosaurids.
All my 3D model was made completely in Blender, with slight tweaks in Adobe Photoshop.
-Charig, A.J. and Milner, A.C. (1997). "Baryonyx walkeri, a fish-eating dinosaur from the Wealden of Surrey." Bulletin of the Natural History Museum of London, 53: 11–70.
-Mateus, O.; Araújo, R.; Natário, C.; Castanhinha, R. (2011). «A new specimen of the theropod dinosaur Baryonyx from the early Cretaceous of Portugal and taxonomic validity of Suchosaurus». Zootaxa. 2827: 54-68.
Current Residence: Quito, Ecuador
Favourite genre of music: Soundtracks, Military marchs, cacophonic sounds.
Favourite style of art: Digital, Pencil, Mixed media
Operating System: Mac Os X ( However I´m not a big Mac fan)
Favourite cartoon character: Dr Sheldon Cooper
Personal Quote: Extinguirse no es una opción (Extinction is not a choice)