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Eobasileus cornutus by EpicEiniosaurus Eobasileus cornutus :iconepiceiniosaurus:EpicEiniosaurus 31 3 Baryonyx walkeri  by EpicEiniosaurus Baryonyx walkeri :iconepiceiniosaurus:EpicEiniosaurus 38 0 Egyptian croc mimic  by EpicEiniosaurus Egyptian croc mimic :iconepiceiniosaurus:EpicEiniosaurus 35 7 Deinotherium bozasi portrait by EpicEiniosaurus Deinotherium bozasi portrait :iconepiceiniosaurus:EpicEiniosaurus 34 8 Happy Birthday to me! by EpicEiniosaurus Happy Birthday to me! :iconepiceiniosaurus:EpicEiniosaurus 50 7 Things to come... by EpicEiniosaurus Things to come... :iconepiceiniosaurus:EpicEiniosaurus 22 0 Enraged Embolotherium by EpicEiniosaurus Enraged Embolotherium :iconepiceiniosaurus:EpicEiniosaurus 24 5 Leg day by EpicEiniosaurus Leg day :iconepiceiniosaurus:EpicEiniosaurus 21 0 Chalicotherium color study by EpicEiniosaurus Chalicotherium color study :iconepiceiniosaurus:EpicEiniosaurus 24 2 Einiosaurus by Vitamin Imagination by EpicEiniosaurus Einiosaurus by Vitamin Imagination :iconepiceiniosaurus:EpicEiniosaurus 21 0 Triceratops prorsus by EpicEiniosaurus Triceratops prorsus :iconepiceiniosaurus:EpicEiniosaurus 26 2 Gnarled Carnotaurus by EpicEiniosaurus Gnarled Carnotaurus :iconepiceiniosaurus:EpicEiniosaurus 35 3 Struthiocephalus whaitsi by EpicEiniosaurus Struthiocephalus whaitsi :iconepiceiniosaurus:EpicEiniosaurus 18 6 The horse panda WIP by EpicEiniosaurus The horse panda WIP :iconepiceiniosaurus:EpicEiniosaurus 10 2 Them Spooks by EpicEiniosaurus Them Spooks :iconepiceiniosaurus:EpicEiniosaurus 6 0 Megalosaurus bucklandii by EpicEiniosaurus Megalosaurus bucklandii :iconepiceiniosaurus:EpicEiniosaurus 30 7

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Moropus distans by Rom-u Moropus distans :iconrom-u:Rom-u 38 0 Gory Dory by DastardlyDilong Gory Dory :icondastardlydilong:DastardlyDilong 53 5 Pterodaustro Sketch by Lythroversor Pterodaustro Sketch :iconlythroversor:Lythroversor 63 3 Terrible ape by Sir-Giga Terrible ape :iconsir-giga:Sir-Giga 24 5 Tyrannosaurus rex doodle by XStreamChaosOfficial Tyrannosaurus rex doodle :iconxstreamchaosofficial:XStreamChaosOfficial 26 6 Tetrapods of the Kayenta Formation by Kana-hebi Tetrapods of the Kayenta Formation :iconkana-hebi:Kana-hebi 91 10 Fancy Breeds by FluffySpiderz Fancy Breeds :iconfluffyspiderz:FluffySpiderz 155 21 Triceratops' Lake by ChrisMasna Triceratops' Lake :iconchrismasna:ChrisMasna 482 74 Lunch on the beach by ChrisMasna Lunch on the beach :iconchrismasna:ChrisMasna 566 119 Roast Beef by ChrisMasna Roast Beef :iconchrismasna:ChrisMasna 184 30 Mesozilla Firefosaur by ZeWqt Mesozilla Firefosaur :iconzewqt:ZeWqt 120 48 The Tapejarid With the Fuzzy Crest by PLASTOSPLEEN The Tapejarid With the Fuzzy Crest :iconplastospleen:PLASTOSPLEEN 117 17 Yummy Ants ! by Lythroversor Yummy Ants ! :iconlythroversor:Lythroversor 74 14 Gryposaurus by ZEGH8578 Gryposaurus :iconzegh8578:ZEGH8578 44 2 Protoceratops andrewsi by Kana-hebi Protoceratops andrewsi :iconkana-hebi:Kana-hebi 118 29 Rhamphinion jenkinsi by Kana-hebi Rhamphinion jenkinsi :iconkana-hebi:Kana-hebi 146 16

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Eobasileus cornutus
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. 
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Baryonyx walkeri
Just a little something to fill the void, a Baryonyx with a large gular pouch, fleshy crest extensions, and large, plate like mandibular scales as well as pressure sensors similar to those seen in modern crocodilians.
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Egyptian croc mimic
I've been super busy lately, so sorry for the lack of content. Anyway, here's a Spinosaurus aegyptiacus with three major integumentary structures: the cracked, keratinized sheath seen in crocodilians, more normal looking keratinized skin around the face, and the non overlapping scales seen in other non avian dinosaurs.
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So I just found out about the Pleistocene Park Kickstarter, it's almost to its goal and it's all or nothing, I wanted to get the word out to maybe help them along.
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So at this years Paleofest (held at the Burpee museum in Rockford IL) after the talks there were opportunities to ask the presenters questions. At the time I didn't realize who it was (now I know!) but someone on the other side of the room kept asking the presenters if they had found any evidence of anagenesis in any of their work. I thought is was something of a strange question, as often times it didn't have much relation to the topic that was being presented, so I mostly dismissed it. But then the new Daspletosaurus paper came out, which among other (and much more controversial things) proposed anagenesis for the two species of Daspletosaurus, and then it clicked. The person who was asking about anagenesis after the talks was none other than the lead author of this new paper, DR. THOMAS CARR. Looking through his Twitter feed confirmed that he was indeed at Paleofest, I just hadn't realized it was him! It all makes sense now!  
So at this years Paleofest (held at the Burpee museum in Rockford IL) after the talks there were opportunities to ask the presenters questions. At the time I didn't realize who it was (now I know!) but someone on the other side of the room kept asking the presenters if they had found any evidence of anagenesis in any of their work. I thought is was something of a strange question, as often times it didn't have much relation to the topic that was being presented, so I mostly dismissed it. But then the new Daspletosaurus paper came out, which among other (and much more controversial things) proposed anagenesis for the two species of Daspletosaurus, and then it clicked. The person who was asking about anagenesis after the talks was none other than the lead author of this new paper, DR. THOMAS CARR. Looking through his Twitter feed confirmed that he was indeed at Paleofest, I just hadn't realized it was him! It all makes sense now!  

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EpicEiniosaurus
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I am a high school student who enjoys drawing and painting, and most of my art features dinosaurs or other paleofauna to some degree or another. I don't have any set time that I draw, just whenever I feel like it, so I won't be uploading content on any kind of schedule. Most of my art is traditional, and I don't have a scanner so I take pictures of my art, unless it's digital. I try to keep up with the latest science and theories in paleontology, and I tend to speculate and give animals lots of soft tissue structures.
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Dinodc98 Featured By Owner Mar 18, 2017  Hobbyist Artist
Thanks for the fave. And HAPPY BIRTHDAY!!!!!!!!!
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EpicEiniosaurus Featured By Owner Mar 19, 2017
Np, you draw some really incredible tyrannosaurs :) as for my birthday, it was exactly one month ago ;)
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Dinodc98 Featured By Owner Mar 19, 2017  Hobbyist Artist
Oh lol sorry, saw all the happy birthday wishing in the comments and thought why not...well I guess because it wasn't your birthday.
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EpicEiniosaurus Featured By Owner Mar 21, 2017
lol np man, thanks anyway, lets just call it a belated happy birthday ;)
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AnonymousLlama428 Featured By Owner Feb 18, 2017  Hobbyist General Artist
HAPPY BIRTHDAY!!!!Birthday cake  icon Birb intensifies
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EpicEiniosaurus Featured By Owner Feb 18, 2017
Haha thanks :D
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Lorenzo-Franzese Featured By Owner Feb 18, 2017  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Happy birthday!
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EpicEiniosaurus Featured By Owner Feb 18, 2017
Thanks :)
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TheTerritorialTrike Featured By Owner Jan 12, 2017
Thanks for the fave!
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EpicEiniosaurus Featured By Owner Jan 12, 2017
Np, your art looks really good :D
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