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Gastornis

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Gastornis. Tempera, 2008.

Not one of my best works if you're asking me.
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Therosaur's avatar
Мен ми харесва.Доста по-живо изглежда от другите ти неща.
T-PEKC's avatar
Може и така да е, на мен ми е трудно да преценя защото аз съм го рисувал, но откъм анатомични пропорции и оперяване е доста зле.
ebelesaurus's avatar
i am asking because i dont know this dinosaur (birds are dinosaurus. isnt the head too big for the body
T-PEKC's avatar
The head is fine just the neck is too long.
ebelesaurus's avatar
ok i'm sorry i didn't mean to offend you
T-PEKC's avatar
Don't worry, no offend taken. :)
Nice job! I've always liked these birds. Is the head too large, though? I'm not certain; they had very big skulls in general, I know...
Giggarex's avatar
I love it but I think I found why you don't consider it one of your best works. I am going to guess the head. The head is well drawn but I know this bird and about 99% of all other dinosaurs like the back of my hand and the head just looks a bit out of proportion. Though my hypothosis is blown out of the water if this is a baby thus explaining why his proportions are off since baby birds, mammals, and most advanced dinosaurs (includeing birds) all share dispropartional babies.
T-PEKC's avatar
Well, Gastornis has pretty big head actually. But the true reason for you to think that the head is out of proportion is because of the perspective. The bird is in 3/4 view and that means its head is closer to the viewer. The closer objects look bigger than the others that stay far from the viewer.
I don't consider this work for one of my best because I'm not happy with what I've done with it. I think I could had done better work with the details and the enviroment.
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HellraptorStudios's avatar
great one, i have also made a gastornis myself
T-PEKC's avatar
Thanks.

Yes, I saw it. Good work. ;)
Tharos222's avatar
its great...good work ;)
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Swimmingferret's avatar
Ooo, yeah, I have read about those things, could snap your spine with its massive beak :D
guilmon182's avatar
And here's what...nah, nevermind...
DemitriVladMaximov's avatar
Don't discredit your work on this one too much, I think that it is a very well detailed accurate depiction of this Phororachoidea.
T-PEKC's avatar
Thank you.

BTW, Gastornis is not Phororachoid.
DemitriVladMaximov's avatar
Really? I thought all such birds were Phororachoids. Well pardon my ignorance on the topic. I'm really more into Dinosaurs and prehistoic reptiles than birds but I love all things paleontoligical. Keep up the good work.
T-PEKC's avatar
Don't worry. Before I start working on this painting I also thought that Gastornis is phorusrhacid (that's the right spelling I think). Then I looked for more info about this bird and found that actually it's Gastornithidae (Galloanserae super order). Pretty confusing, isn't it. :)
Telmatosaurus's avatar
Phororachoids are restricted to South America right?
And Diatryma is a much beter name for this terror bird!
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