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    1404031728793.jpg This cutie is a jeholopterus. Its a small pterosaur that supported fiber like hairs that covered most of its body except the tip of the snout or mabe the toes. Its big eyes, large head, and compact body would of made it a very manuverable insectivore. I depicted it doing a roll, cupping its wings to roll through tight spaces or bunched up branches. Possibly chasing it's next meal
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    1404032394405.jpg This pterosaur is a bit more vicious in appearance. If there was ever natures equivalent to the imaginative dragon, pterohynchus fits the bill. This is a very unusual pterosaur. It had long legs and tail, a elongated head that supports a head chrest and conical, pointed teeth, but also strange, trapizoid shaped structures growing out of the tail. The purpose of such structures is unknown. Whats also strange is that it also would of supported a gular pouch or a dewlap, similar to those of anole lizards.
    My depiction is still under work. The feet were drawn a bit too short, so they need further modifications.
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    1404033105517.jpg This guy here is a poekilopleuron. This monster was 30 ft long and had a mouth full of sharp, highly serrated teeth. This large allosaur is among the first theropods ever discovered in Europe. I just felt like drawing the profile of the head
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    1404033493455.jpg 1404033587106.jpg 1404033649145.jpg 1404033725608.jpg 1404033792857.jpg Just a few sketches in my sketch book.

    Dsungaripterus

    Deinonychus fighting an undescribed tyrannosaur

    Heruannia

    Teratophpneus

    A lame smilodon doodle drawn in pen
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    1404161520881.jpg Arizonasaurus profile sketch.
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    1404414052268.jpg This is officially the second most veiwed thread on the renders and illistrations section. Thank you everyone so much for taking interest in my artwok.

    Now for the drawing at hand. In relation to the new godzilla 2014, and the confirmation of it being a trilogy, heres my depiction still under work of a 2014 anguirus. I believe when finnished, I would be the first person to ever depict him as a new modern generation form
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    1404449276652.jpg A little more progress
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    Your subject matter is interesting!
    I GREAT ENJOY following this thread, and seeing all of the WONDERFUL WORK that you do!
    Your work (especially sense it is all done be hand) is ABSOLUTELY SPECTACULAR!!!
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    Have you ever tried drawing using one of those Wacom type pads? I know some animation creators that use these and achieve incredible results. It would allow you to manipulate the model, and really help with making multiple views. They have a pen the captures all the details as you draw, that's around $200 bucks, 1st pic, then there's a variety of pads, one style, 2nd pic) approx. #3700 bucks, way too much for me$. Then there's this one 3rd) pic, which is pretty awesome, and is listed at around $175 on Amazon. We have a member here Gooduck, who is a Master at this and tell you what is best for the money. If you PM'd him, tell him I referred you. :)

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    wow. that thing looks amazing. but 3,700 dollors sounds a bit too much at this time. but I am getting an asus computer with capabilities that is actually superior to certain versions of MACs. this computers are perfect for digital artist from what I heard. May I ask a question as well. what version of Photoshop is best for digital art. the versions I seen in best buy seems for suited for digital editor.
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    heres my most recent drawing. its gorgo from the British monster film. the photo is in hellish quality unfortunately, and I apologize for it. it looks much, much, MUCH better in person
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    ;)@freddyman - I am drawing too, - to get better results for publishing it is better to scan the pictures if size allows.
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    I don't have a printer with me at the moment. that's why i'm relying on photos
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    Gorgo is the Boss. Great job.
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    These pads are around $60 bucks, (this site has it at $52 bucks!). Wacom was for reference, these are knock offs, but get good reviews.


    http://www.monoprice.com/Product?c_id=108&cp_id=10841&cs_id=1084101&p_id=10594&seq=1&format=2

    10 x 6.25-inch Graphic Drawing Tablet (4000 LPI, 200 RPS, 2048 Levels)

    I think I'd get this one, for $90.00 bucks. It has better reviews, and in the reviews, you will see some links that artists have printed so you can see the results.

    http://www.monoprice.com/Product?c_...d=1084101&p_id=6815&seq=1&format=2#reviewInfo

    $59 below:
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    $99 for this one (12" x 9" ):
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  17. freddyman

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    very cool. i'll see if I can dig up more info on these drawing pads. it might be my next purchase.
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    my annoying sister, without permission whatsoever, made a video of four of my drawings. I wasn't even finished with the first one:banghead: after chewing her out, I decided to let her keep the video anyway.
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    my first attempt to draw a M.U.T.O. this massive creature was featured in the fairly recent Godzilla 2014 movie. it's over 91 meters tall and weighs 56,000 tons. there are two M.U.T.O. One the male( as I drawn) is smaller. and its large forearms are modified into large wings. whereas the larger female forearms just aid in terrestrial locomotion. both have red bioluminescent along their heads and enlarged forearms. they emit powerful EMP signals that knock out all electric equipment within its signified radius. its thought that such adaptation is used as a defensive mechanic. to momentarily disable legendary godzillas ability to breath atomic fire. which is an essential adaptation being that M.U.T.Os have parasitic relationships with godzillas. they lay their eggs within the dead body of a godzilla so when hatch, the babies can feed on the radiation
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    my first Godzilla attempt
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