well, if you look at modern quadrupedal herbivores, they run in, usually, a transverse gallop, like so: www.youtube.com/watch?v=5bqu6Y… the front legs of the edmontosaurus should be tucked up underneath the body, just about to fly forward while the back feet are just about to shove the dino forward onto said front legs.
sorry it just.... i couldnt let it just slide, i'm an animator so those sorts of things can throw a whole piece off for me.
While I don't know as much about hadrosaurs- and ornithischians in general- as I know about theropods, the way I understand it is: hadrosaurs like E.regalis were capable of quadrupedal and bipedal stances. From what I've gathered, hadrosaurs could move about quadrupedally when grazing, walking, relaxed, etc. But if they were being hunted, or needed to move quickly, or were simply playing, they were fully capable of running bipedally.
Well he's depicting it, I'm just explaining it. And I gave the funny arms a pass because I know what he was going for, and the care for detail outshined the inaccuracy. Besides, everyone makes mistakes in their art, hopefully next time it can be corrected
T-rex "nom" Edmontosaurus "Aye man das not cool yo" T-rex "sorry dere fella i'm kin'a hungry and wit you bein a 'erbivore and such I kinda gotta eat'cha"Edmontosaurus " A'ight man just warn me next time you gonna take a chunk outta my ass"