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Spinophorosaurus nigerensis

Spinophorosaurus nigerensis. Pencil, 2009.

The osteoderms seen in the pelvis area are just artistic license. I took the idea after reading a conversation at DinoForum. There are no real facts in defence of what I've drawn here.
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2592x1456px 844.03 KB
FinePix S5600
Shutter Speed
1/76 second
Focal Length
6 mm
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Date Taken
Sep 26, 2009, 12:25:59 PM
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Paleocolour's avatar
Hello T-PEKC,
May I ask for your permission to colour this particular piece? You will be given full credit in the description of the deviation, and the copyright of this image will remain yours. I will not sell the coloured piece for profit or use it for personal gain.

If you do not wish me to colour this Spinophorosaurus please let me know and I will respect your decision.
Thank you for your time.
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Hello Paleocolour,
Thank you for asking for permission first and for providing full credit to artists when you use their work. Unfortunately, I can't give your permission to color this piece. It has nothing to do with you in particular. I do not wish to give people permission to alter my work because in my eyes this is a recipe for a copyright disaster at some point in the future. Especially if third parties got involved, by copying and pasting the "colored version" elsewhere on the internet without properly describing image's origin, nor pointing who the copyright holder is. I want to be able to protect my art first, and if possible to save myself from the headache from dealing with any potential negative situations.
Still, thank you for the interest!
Paleocolour's avatar
Thank you for your reply, yes I understand the legal implications something like this may have. It's why I wanted your permission first. ;)
I respect your decision. Thank you for your time.
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WowLove  your art work is truly amazing I m beginning to do this too as my own dino files , again really awesome love your dinos keep on the  great work I am a dummy! I am a dummy! I am a dummy! I am a dummy! Clap Clap Clap Clap 
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Thank you for the kind words! Good luck with your own artwork. :)
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No problem :D (Big Grin) ... thank you =P (Razz) 
TarbosaurusBatar's avatar
Excelent, this is  one of my absolute favorite Sauropods.
DutchSpaceLover's avatar
A mysterious creature from Niger........i truly love it! :)
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Yep, it's really cool sauropod. :)
Solinswith's avatar
love the shading :D
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Snow-sauria's avatar
Awesome, the design looks great :D
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Kevcatalan's avatar
man, i love your pencil technique. And this is probably my new fav sauropod. I should be drawing on soon, in case your interested. I'll have it up soon.

love your stuff.
T-PEKC's avatar
Thank you very much!

I'll take a look at your work as soon as possible. :)
Paleo-King's avatar
I'm totally jealous of this drawing! Five stars man!
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Thank you very much!:)
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Is this just me or are Sauropods getting spikier recently?
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Well, it seems like ceratin spikes or osteoderms were a common sauropod's features but we just recently started to realize it.
MugenSeiRyuu's avatar
Seems to be the case. Basically the Sauropod Equivalent of Theropod Feathers.
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Oh, but we don't mind if they're speculative, or artistic license. It still rocks!
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