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Assorted freaks by AntFingers
Assorted freaks
A load of very strange and trippy creatures I thought up early in the morning.

1. Sloths have like... What is it? Nine neck vertebrae? Why not double it! The longsloth.
2. An abelisaur mimic marsupial, maybe a descendant of dunarts.
3. A hornbill... I think?
4. Two weird monotremes, a bat like creature and what I think is steropodon.
5. A reverse satyr.
6. An imp! Or maybe some kind of pseudo-mammalian, cave dwelling pterosaur.
7. Quetzalcoatlus Northropi.
8. A passerine bird from the very distant future, is almost entirely scaly and flies of membranous, pterosaur-like wings.

Well, that was fun wasn't it? I drew the Quetzal with a bare head because I see them as big Mesozoic vultures. I've had the idea of membranous-winged birds for a while and couldn't decide whether I wanted them to be passerines or caprimulgids, I eventually decided on sparrow descendants.
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Scansorislothteryx by AntFingers
Scansorislothteryx
An immense, omnivorous scansoriopterygid from, you guessed it! Hell Creek! Twice the height of gigantoraptor and slightly longer, it is the Mesozoic equivalent of megatherium.

Sadly this creature does not exist... But I like drawing the biggest things, related to the smallest.
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Puerta's Lizard by AntFingers
Puerta's Lizard
A male puertasaurus reuili. The particular style of this piece was inspired by the art of the awesome KingEdmarka.

This reconstruction of the titanosaur, one of the largest, if not THE largest dinosaur ever discovered, is very hypothetical. The specimen shown is a young male in mating season, he possesses large, colourful quills on his strangely large head, and bioluminescent markings running down his sides.

The head may seem larger because, unlike many others, my sauropods have fleshy lips and lengthy tongues. The neck itself looks a tad short, this is because I would imagine males to have large, semi-inflatable sacks along the front of their necks, giving them a larger, more threatening appearance.
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Heil the Puerta lords, y'all know their the real gods.
This day was pretty good! I drew some decent pictures and invented a creature.

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Will
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Hello Everyone! I'm a young Australian student with quite a skill in drawing imaginary animals, Aliens, Spec Evo creatures and SKULLS. BUT. I'm not particularly good at angles on non-humanoid creatures. Commisions welcome!
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:icontrilobitecannibal:
TrilobiteCannibal Featured By Owner Jul 29, 2016  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
you're OctoSharkTasaurus?! mind blown 
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AntFingers Featured By Owner Jul 29, 2016
Yes. Yes I am.
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:icontrilobitecannibal:
TrilobiteCannibal Featured By Owner Jul 29, 2016  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
whoa, I see you everywhere on the speculative evolution forums :D
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AntFingers Featured By Owner Jul 30, 2016
:D (Big Grin) Wait... Who are you?
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Dontknowwhattodraw94 Featured By Owner Jun 29, 2016  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Thanks for the watch :D
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AntFingers Featured By Owner Jun 30, 2016
No Problem!
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InkGink Featured By Owner Jun 5, 2016  Hobbyist General Artist
Hey TreyTheExplainer gave you credit for the E.L Wallace picture at the end of his new video!
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AntFingers Featured By Owner Jun 5, 2016
I saw!
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InkGink Featured By Owner Jun 6, 2016  Hobbyist General Artist
Yay! All is well :P
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TheDubstepAddict Featured By Owner May 29, 2016  Hobbyist General Artist
I challenge you to #BuildAFakePterosaur
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