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Parasaurolophus mum with her baby

Slovenian artist living in Austria. Currently independently working on games. If you want to hire me.

Animal Art and Demos

Animal Art and Demos

Parasaurolophus is a genus of ornithopod dinosaur that lived in what is now North America during the Late Cretaceous Period, about 76.5–73 million years ago.

Parasaurolophus is a genus of ornithopod dinosaur that lived in what is now North America during the Late Cretaceous Period, about million years ago.

Hey guys! It's just me, Parasaurolophus

US Stamp - The World of Dinosaurs Look at this crazy face! The Parasaurolophus was an herbivore that may have used its cranial crest to amplify sound. All rights reserved.

Nice to see hadrosaurs and deinonychosaurs interacting peacefully for once.

prehistoric-birds: “ tiffanyillustration: “ Dinovember No.in continuing with my trend of dinosaurs starting with P facing to the left) A bull Parasaurolophus plays with a group of Troodontids! ” Nice to see hadrosaurs and deinonychosaurs.

David Krentz 1:18 Gorgosaurus libratus 'Judith' > built-up & painted by Martin Garratt

David Krentz Gorgosaurus libratus 'Judith' > built-up & painted by Martin Garratt

davidkrentz.com | facebook.com/davidkrentzart | I thought I revisit my older Gorgosaurus concept called "Judith" in ZBrush and feather her up based on Yutyrannus ( even though there is a skin sample from this animal showing some scales). This is a work in progress, I still have some noodling to do and I need to recheck the proportions against my more recent skeletal refs. Must admit, its hard to make sculpted feathers/fuzz look soft and natural...

davidkrentz.com | facebook.com/davidkrentzart | I thought I revisit my older Gorgosaurus concept called "Judith" in ZBrush and feather her up based on Yutyrannus ( even though there is a skin sample from this animal showing some scales). This is a work in progress, I still have some noodling to do and I need to recheck the proportions against my more recent skeletal refs. Must admit, its hard to make sculpted feathers/fuzz look soft and natural...