Hooray, artist's block.
Requests this time will most likely end up colored as I’m in the mood for it. So feel free to specify a color scheme/set/what have you.
ethplusthorn: Wait a second. Triceratops never existed? No, I’m sorry, scientists. You can’t just come out and say that triceratops never existed. That’s just screwed up. It did exist. What some scientists are saying is that Torosaurus, a related genus, didn’t exist, and was simply the adult form. Thus, Triceratops was the subadult, but if the two got merged, they would all be...
Anonymous asked: It's arms weren't actually that long. The skeleton restoration was fabricated. Appalachiosaurus is so far known from only partial remains, including parts of the skull and mandible, as well as several vertebrae, parts of the pelvis, and most of both hindlimbs.
40-foot long tyrannosaurs with long arms.
So, I was reading up on Appalachian dinosaurs (all 7 of them), and I noticed something interesting. First off, we have Appalachiosaurus, dryptosaurid tyrannosauroid of the late Cretaceous of Alabama. Only one specimen, a 23-foot long juvenile/subadult/whathave you, has been found. Dryptosaurids (so far including Dryptosaurus and Appalachiosaurus) are different from tyrannosaurids in that they...
br0s3phin3-bak3r: Imagine if the arms found near t-Rex skeletons were ones they commonly ate and they were mistaken for its arms and they really actually had long arms Doesn’t explain intact or articulated skeletons like Black Beauty.
Just finished throwing all of my old dinosaur...
They were so embarrassingly bad.