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Artist // Hobbyist
  • Apr 29
  • Colombia
  • Deviant for 13 years
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My Bio
Current Residence: Colombia
Favourite genre of music: Rock, new age, classic
Operating System: Windows

Contact: zimices@gmail.com

Favourite Visual Artist
Wayne Barlowe, Phidias...
Favourite Movies
Memento, Jurassic Park
Favourite Bands / Musical Artists
Other Interests
Paleontología, pintura, dibujo, historia, humor
Ok, it has passed a lot of time since I use these journals. For this particular occasion, I want to invite you to see these skeletal diagrams of extinct animals, and also visit the gallery of these artists, you may find some other nice illustrations as well. Armin Reindl with a lot of extinct crocodylomorph skeletals; Iofri with this nice skeletal of Thylacosmilus; TheHellckan has a great gallery of notoungulates! And finally, has you checked this Inostrancevia by Saulcontilde? Hope you like them.
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First journal of 2019. :) If you want to see some obscure prehistoric mammals, I would recommend you check this interesting gallery: https://www.deviantart.com/ivanbel Here, featuring the leptictid Tschelkaria rostrata Alo, if you want some relaxing music, you could listen the soundtrack of When dinosaurs roamed America: Cheers!!
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Here is a nice reconstruction of Necrolestes by ~Venatophis (https://www.deviantart.com/venatophis), the last survivor of the dryolestid mammals that inhabited Argentina during the Miocene: Also I'm glad to see again works of the Spanish paleoartist Óscar Sanisidro :iconoscarsanisidro:, this time in a note in National Geographic about Cenozoic South America: http://www.nationalgeographic.com.es/ciencia/actualidad/cuando-america-se-convirtio-solo-continente_12584/4
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I like that vintage landscape of all the prehistoric birds and mammals mural they have at the LA Brea tar pits that you see with the sabortooth tiger attacking a giant ground sloth.

Ohh, if I remember well you are talking about the mural painted by Charles R. Knight, a classic paleoartist. Yeah, his works are "vintage" but the use of light and anatomy is great to appreciate.

I'm a fan of prehistoric wildlife too

Was thinking: horse "frogs" are apparently vestigial digits. Do litopterns have "frogs" too?

I never heard of such structure in any litoptern.

Nevermind him, this guy is a notorious banned user known as Falconfly.

Thanks for the fave on =)

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