After such a long time of just sketches and incomplete projects I finally give you a complete work! This is Eobasileus cornutus, one of the most derived of the dinocerata forming a node based clade with Tetheopsis. This was actually drawn for a research paper I did on the dinocerata, in which I provided an overview of their phylogeny and functional morphology, as well as creating a cladogram for all the known, valid genera and species. In terms of the soft tissue anatomy I used large bovids and suids as references, instead of a more rhino like appearance. If anyone is interested in reading the full paper and seeing the cladogram I may post it at a later date.