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Well it's been a long time.
I've been working on.. many things now with final tests and several project all of which for some reason or another I cannot upload yet.

But thanks for you patience.

I'm going to edit this image to add some information on this animal later on this week.

- I changed the snout. A friend of mine and I noticed that the previous snout was too sauropod-like.
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Midway2009's avatar
MantaDrifter's avatar
Exquiset, gives such a feeling of power and yet tranquillity.
Sarah-Corrie's avatar
The detail in the water, such as the way the light plays on the plesiosaurus' back and the lighter and darker patches in the water, are amazing. Keep up the good work!
heroined's avatar
Ahh beautiful ;A:
brandon-bowling's avatar
Very nice. The effect of the light beneath the water and across the creature's skin is really good! Thanks for sharing.
KingOwl93's avatar
thanks for this
Tyoka42's avatar
this is my new descop now
artsandtech's avatar
El otro dia en TN dieron un especial sobre el "Nahuelito" y usaron tu dibujo.
Rodrigo-Vega's avatar
No way, en serio??! - _ - yo no les di la autorizacion..
artsandtech's avatar
Mostraron rapidito un montón de dibujos que están todos en la web y esta este.
carnival's avatar
Squiiids! :heart:

Plesiosaur was totally one of my favorites for a while there as a kid~
XENOROCKS's avatar
i love the way you did the water :)
XENOROCKS's avatar
wow you are really good
amorousdino's avatar
nice one! :D

any specific genus?
Rodrigo-Vega's avatar
Yes, but I hemn.. forgot :P
amorousdino's avatar

got anymore paleoart for me to see?
Rodrigo-Vega's avatar
Well yes . _ .
I've got an entire folder in my gallery devoted to the subject..
triplepogi2009's avatar
PS. Hope you don't mind me using your Chutulu design for my film...
What's the difference between a Plesiosaur and an Elasmosaurus?
Rodrigo-Vega's avatar
Elasmosauruses are a group of plesiosaurs with longer necks.
So basically one has a longer neck than the other one?
Rodrigo-Vega's avatar
One group belongs in the other, in the same way dolphins are whales. And elasmosauruses, the smaller group is characterized yes, by the longer neck and being usually larger.
quarkenzyme's avatar
rawrawrawr. i know what i wanna be when i grow up now.
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