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An armored coffee table with legs

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Edmontonia, dinosaurian dreadnought of the Late Cretaceous. The side-view hides how ridiculously wide and flat-topped the animal is, and also downplays the giant sets of double shoulder spikes that protrude at close to a 45 degree angle. You very much would not want to meet the business end of an Edmontonia in a dark alley...or even a well lit one.
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AlternatePrehistory's avatar
Will you be doing other ankylosaurs (maybe Polcanthus? :D)
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JemDarpoleHobbyist General Artist
I would love to see Polcanthus 
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Polacanthus * lmao
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Did ankylosaurs have three or four toes on their hind feet? I've seen restorations with both, and I don't know what to think.
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MegalotitanHobbyist Digital Artist
What species is this?
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ScottHartmanProfessional Digital Artist
E. rugosidens.
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MegalotitanHobbyist Digital Artist
I'm pretty sure that those spikes will kill me even before I put coffee on it......
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ScottHartmanProfessional Digital Artist
You have to sneak up on it and then put your coffee down and run away real quickly. I recommend only filling your mug half way up ;)
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MegalotitanHobbyist Digital Artist
Who's going to drink the coffee then D:
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OaglorHobbyist Traditional Artist
Nobody would be able to give it a hip massage. . .
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wallpapers of Skeleton:

Gregory Scott Paul (24 December 1954)

Euoplocephalus:
[link]

Pinacosaurus:
[link]

Sauropleta:
[link]

Gastonia:
[link]

Best regards, Amin
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I should point out that the Euoplocephalus skeletal linked above is a chimera; it is a Scolosaurus body with a Euoplocephalus head and an Anodontosaurus tail club. All of them were considered synonymous when the skeletal was drawn though.
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Dino-MarioHobbyist General Artist
LOL Imagine If the Flintstones used these dinos as coffee tables
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Kazuma27Hobbyist General Artist
I always resisted to draw an ankylosaurian, fearing i'd create an eldritch abomination... But thanks to your skeletal i could try...
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MaxterandKiwiKingHobbyist Digital Artist
I like this one.
EmperorDinobot's avatar
those front limbs are massive. Pop a front wheelie once in a while?
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I thought this guy was bigger. I saw the ankylosaurs werent very big as I thought. By the way good work!
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pilsatorHobbyist Traditional Artist
I guess something like "this must have been a pain in the ass to skeletal-draw" doesn't even scratch the surface...
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ScottHartmanProfessional Digital Artist
Actually, you guys don't know the half of it. But I won't be able to give the full story for a while yet.
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EvenapeStudent Traditional Artist
Finally, a nodosaur skeletal reconstruction :D
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DinoHunter000Hobbyist Traditional Artist
The boldest of all skeletal reconstructions: the nodosaur! Very impressive, great work!
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supergoji18Student Traditional Artist
could you make a skeletal of this guy from the front or from the top?
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ChrisMasnaProfessional Digital Artist
I second this
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