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Pentaceratops sternbergii by atrox1 Pentaceratops sternbergii by atrox1
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EmperorDinobot Featured By Owner Jun 25, 2014
Wonderful work!
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dinobatfan Featured By Owner Aug 15, 2013
This is a beautiful restoration here!! I just recently saw the Pentaceratops skeleton at Oklahoma State University's natural History and that is one huge, impressive ceratopian!!!!
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kuzim Featured By Owner Jun 19, 2013  Student Traditional Artist
look! he's smiling
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FJavier1 Featured By Owner May 29, 2013  Professional Traditional Artist
amazing!
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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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henrik9470 Featured By Owner Feb 23, 2013  Professional General Artist
;) where did you photo this one?
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LicianDragon Featured By Owner Feb 14, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Stunning! Beautiful work! :heart:
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Paleo-King Featured By Owner Feb 12, 2013  Professional Traditional Artist
Beautiful, excellent color patterns and shading. The frill is amazing, that's definitely the hardest part of this animal to get right.

Suggestion: the portion of the snout between the beak and the nasal horn needs to be longer. It's fairly long in Pentaceratops, in fact most of the snout is in fron of the nasal horn - the horn itself is bunched up pretty close to the orbital horns (in such a position so as to be almost useless for attack or defense despite its large size for a chasmosaurine nasal horn).
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atrox1 Featured By Owner Feb 14, 2013  Professional
Oh, this is a significant point. I will correct. [link]
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fantreasureplanetljs Featured By Owner Feb 12, 2013  Student General Artist
Awesome detail! :D
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