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Two rexes squabble over scraps of their latest meal.
This was my submission to IPIC 2011
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X-StreamChaos Featured By Owner 6 days ago  New member Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Love it!La la la la 
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Helixdude Featured By Owner Sep 21, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Needs more feathers, other than that good job.
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:iconlordofstamps:
LordOfstamps Featured By Owner Oct 1, 2014
There really isn't any direct evidence of T. Rex having feathers as of yet. It's likely it had them (at least when it was young) though.
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Helixdude Featured By Owner Oct 2, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Well, who really knows? To be safe i would would place a row of down running across it's back.
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Predatorian177 Featured By Owner Sep 21, 2014
cool
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:iconlbiondo:
lbiondo Featured By Owner Jan 3, 2014
Very nice! do you know what kind of animal that meat is from.
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:iconartdog22:
artdog22 Featured By Owner Dec 29, 2013
It always come down to this with the last scrap of meat. Nice work.
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MineCraftBoy551 Featured By Owner Sep 7, 2013
TUG OF WAR
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Paleo-reptiles Featured By Owner May 26, 2013
I prefer muddy ground for late cretaceous....late cretaceous was humid!

I believed late cretaceous was a colorful world...colorful flowers and some insects related to flowers (ladybirds, moth, wasp), birds with pretty voice, blue and green dragonfly, slimy
snail, fruit tree exist in late cretaceous....volcano and dust air related to volcano smoke and flowers pollination exist....you can add such things to your pictures for making a better imagination about Tyrannosaurs and ceratops life.....


I hope my advise do not make you angry...it is just an friendly advice from a lonely biologist.....I always like your art very much!

Best wishes for you and your family, your brother always, Amin Khaleghparast (a lonely biologist from Tehran, IRAN)
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dino4real Featured By Owner Mar 29, 2013
great
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:iconalgoroth:
Algoroth Featured By Owner Feb 2, 2013  Professional General Artist
Grandpa Tyler Rex is looking for the pizza he thinks they must be squabbling over. Excellent pic!
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Stahlhelm Featured By Owner Jan 30, 2013
This conveys a whole lot even without too much detail. Excellent work.
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Kunfuzzledful Featured By Owner Sep 9, 2012
I absolutely love this!!!!
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JD-man Featured By Owner Jun 10, 2012
There are 2 things I really like about this deviation: The skin texture of the tyrannosaurs (which makes them look very realistic); The huge dust cloud surrounding the tyrannosaurs (which makes it look like they're really struggling).
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WarrenJB Featured By Owner Mar 17, 2012
It seems to me that that there are a lot of prehistoric life restorations these days, that are so concerned with restoration that they forget the life. In my view this addresses both incredibly well, and then some. Great work!
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ksdinoboy95 Featured By Owner Nov 16, 2011
this is beautifull work!who are you?
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TyrannosaurusPrime Featured By Owner Nov 14, 2011
Awesome!!!:iconraptorlaplz:
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:iconpilsator:
pilsator Featured By Owner Nov 12, 2011  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Wonderful work as always, Ville! Amazing to see something new from you :)
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:icondinomaniac:
Dinomaniac Featured By Owner Nov 13, 2011
Thanks! I would post more if I had time to do more than just sketches. :/
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tuomaskoivurinne Featured By Owner Nov 12, 2011  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Putting this in English, dA being international forum after all. This is excellent work! I like to see your style making a slightly new direction. I enjoyed your traditional medium paintings in the good ol' days, reminded me of Michael Skrepnick (the path, I believe, I'm trying to follow myself), but during your digital art era you've taken the path resembling that of John Conway, vivid images but with more simple textures. There's a hint of your classic eye for details in the skin. This makes your art recognizable, yet still progressing. Good stuff, keep it up! :thumbsup:

Didn't have the time to participate myself, but as I see, there were some good artists involved.
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Dinomaniac Featured By Owner Nov 13, 2011
Thanks. I have been studying some new tricks and I believe they are little by little trickling into my artwork. I definately enjoy details and most of my work is this sort of one or two animal in close shot with details. I love that stuff and can tinker hours on end, but the more master studies I have done the more I have realized that details should be used with care. If all are shown in high detail the the resulting pic will be unseemingly chaotic. On the other hand if all is in low detail that results in chaos too.
It's that sort of balance I'm strugling with at the moment and trying to learn how to suggest things with simple brush strokes.
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tuomaskoivurinne Featured By Owner Nov 13, 2011  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
I myself would like to approach impressionism in my future works. I tend to do exactly the stuff you mentioned; too much details all over the work.
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Dinomaniac Featured By Owner Nov 17, 2011
Cool, go for it. Do some Monet studies. that will definately teach how to simplify things. Also Take a look at the work of John Singer Sargent and Edelfelt's work.
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r-dario Featured By Owner Nov 11, 2011
great to see your art back
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:icondinomaniac:
Dinomaniac Featured By Owner Nov 13, 2011
well I'm glad to hear your glad I posted some new stuff. :)
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Smnt2000 Featured By Owner Nov 11, 2011  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
True masterpiece! God, that is gorgeous!
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Dinomaniac Featured By Owner Nov 13, 2011
*deep humble bow*
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amorousdino Featured By Owner Nov 10, 2011  Student General Artist
SHIT!!! THAT'S AWESOME =D
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:icondinomaniac:
Dinomaniac Featured By Owner Nov 13, 2011
heh, thanks! :D
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alexandernevsky Featured By Owner Nov 10, 2011  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Superb stuff! I particularly like the lighting and atmosphere of the piece!
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Dinomaniac Featured By Owner Nov 13, 2011
thankyou!
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Gorgosaurus Featured By Owner Nov 10, 2011
Are they squabbling ... or are they co-operating? This is how croc feed c°-°peratively when several of them simultaneously dismember a large carcass. Mind you, I┤m not saying that their larchosaurian brains consciously interpret co-operation in the same manner as our simian brains.

I have a 1/35th model of 2 juvenile Tyrannosaurs doing this too. Will post photo┤s in my gallery when it┤s finished... if not sooner now.

Spike.
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:icondinomaniac:
Dinomaniac Featured By Owner Nov 13, 2011
meh, maybe bit of both. :)
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:icongorgosaurus:
Gorgosaurus Featured By Owner Nov 10, 2011
sorry about the typo┤s. "Archosaurian".
Spike.
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MVestala Featured By Owner Nov 10, 2011  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Always pleasure to see these, you have not lost your touch :) keep it up!
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Dinomaniac Featured By Owner Nov 13, 2011
thanks man!
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rydicanubis Featured By Owner Nov 10, 2011
Love the feel here, LOVE the dust cloud.
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:icondinomaniac:
Dinomaniac Featured By Owner Nov 13, 2011
glad you like it :)
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:icondurbed:
Durbed Featured By Owner Nov 10, 2011
Great picture, very lifelike.
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:icondinomaniac:
Dinomaniac Featured By Owner Nov 13, 2011
thanks!!
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DinoHunter000 Featured By Owner Nov 10, 2011
Amazing in every detail!
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:icondinomaniac:
Dinomaniac Featured By Owner Nov 13, 2011
thankyou! :)
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EWilloughby Featured By Owner Nov 10, 2011  Professional General Artist
Oh, I remember the WIP of this and I've been looking forward to the finished version ever since. I absolutely love the scale detail and the lighting, and how the two work together to create really believable, realistic-looking organic animals. Beautifully done.
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Dinomaniac Featured By Owner Nov 13, 2011
Thanks!

I would have posted it sooner but since it was submitted to IPIC I decided to hold off a bit.
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Hyrotrioskjan Featured By Owner Nov 10, 2011  Professional General Artist
I also want a steak =)
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Dinomaniac Featured By Owner Nov 13, 2011
heh, r them tasty cretaceous ribs :)
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