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Anzu and Ankylosaurus by AntFingers Anzu and Ankylosaurus :iconantfingers:AntFingers 20 3 Defiant Deviation by AntFingers Defiant Deviation :iconantfingers:AntFingers 14 5 Dakotaraptor by AntFingers Dakotaraptor :iconantfingers:AntFingers 19 20 Neurotenic Quetzalcoatlus by AntFingers Neurotenic Quetzalcoatlus :iconantfingers:AntFingers 19 9 The Naola by AntFingers The Naola :iconantfingers:AntFingers 17 6 Tripods by AntFingers Tripods :iconantfingers:AntFingers 16 4 Dinogryphons by AntFingers Dinogryphons :iconantfingers:AntFingers 14 14 Remnants by AntFingers Remnants :iconantfingers:AntFingers 22 8 Outsiders by AntFingers Outsiders :iconantfingers:AntFingers 14 8 Dwarves by AntFingers Dwarves :iconantfingers:AntFingers 13 5 The Samcestor by AntFingers The Samcestor :iconantfingers:AntFingers 13 12 Far-Flyers by AntFingers Far-Flyers :iconantfingers:AntFingers 13 14 Dougal Dixon by AntFingers Dougal Dixon :iconantfingers:AntFingers 10 14 Mexico Parrot Contemplates Existence by AntFingers Mexico Parrot Contemplates Existence :iconantfingers:AntFingers 15 3 Skull Crawler by AntFingers Skull Crawler :iconantfingers:AntFingers 42 48 BATtleship by AntFingers BATtleship :iconantfingers:AntFingers 7 2

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Extrasolar Aristos by povorot Extrasolar Aristos :iconpovorot:povorot 146 8 Bumblets by Sheather888 Bumblets :iconsheather888:Sheather888 69 3 Sciurrillous by thomastapir Sciurrillous :iconthomastapir:thomastapir 59 26 Corytholurus africanus by Hyrotrioskjan Corytholurus africanus :iconhyrotrioskjan:Hyrotrioskjan 216 28 Anteosaurus by Hyrotrioskjan Anteosaurus :iconhyrotrioskjan:Hyrotrioskjan 148 12 Spineywinders by Monster-Man-08 Spineywinders :iconmonster-man-08:Monster-Man-08 85 20 Starbound - Mechas and cats by umbbe Starbound - Mechas and cats :iconumbbe:umbbe 324 68 SR - Ork Naturalist by Jumpei SR - Ork Naturalist :iconjumpei:Jumpei 51 2 Group Photo by BenWootten Group Photo :iconbenwootten:BenWootten 483 29 Dunklings by Monster-Man-08 Dunklings :iconmonster-man-08:Monster-Man-08 110 22 Porgs by Vincent-Covielloart Porgs :iconvincent-covielloart:Vincent-Covielloart 167 12 Old Bull by Eurwentala Old Bull :iconeurwentala:Eurwentala 199 42 Gutteral Response by BenWootten Gutteral Response :iconbenwootten:BenWootten 287 18 Naturalistic dancer by Dragonthunders Naturalistic dancer :icondragonthunders:Dragonthunders 70 20 Policapta (sortida) by Sanrou Policapta (sortida) :iconsanrou:Sanrou 76 37 On the Rocks by thomastapir On the Rocks :iconthomastapir:thomastapir 64 13

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Anzu and Ankylosaurus
Just a little spoof of the game "Saurian's" logo, which initially featured a tyrannosaurus and a triceratops. Someone already made a logo with dakotaraptor and pachycephalosaurus, so I went ahead and drew one for the unreleased playable dinosaurs, anzu and ankylosaurus.
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Defiant Deviation
The template for the challenge clearly displayed the outline of a person, probably a woman. Of course many people followed this tightly, but I've decided to take another path. "Deviant Art" is forgotten on this website, so to celebrate what our community stands for, I've defied the deviants and created an artwork unlike even the template itself.

Don't forget what we mean.

Happy 17th birthday, DeviantArt. 
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Dakotaraptor
Saurian is a dinosaur simulation game that recently launched on steam, it's fun enough, and has thrilling gameplay. One of the main reasons the game is recognized amongst paleontologists is the near total lack of shrinkwrapping of any kind on the dinosaurs in-game. While many would agree with this, I do not. The dakotaraptor in the game features an almost canine muzzle with fleshy lips. I have expanded on this and made a more accurate representation of the animal in life, featuring a long, prehensile snout, which is clearly an extremely plausible feature for such an animal.
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Neurotenic Quetzalcoatlus
Quick thing I did in MSPaint.

Other people's quetz strains all seemed very boring and conservative to me, save for Tapwing's. Other neuro dinos are shown to have warped the creature's anatomy. The neuro spino has a long birdlike neck, smooth, spoon-shaped spines, a large fleshy fluke on the tail and longer arms.

I decided to take this to the extreme and make my neuro quetz bipedal, walking on its wings, while using the feet as hand-like manipulators. I gave it a parrot-like beak as a nod to how smart parrots are, and a strong breastbone to aid in flying with such a heavy animal.

This is more or less just me practicing drawing with a mouse.
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The Naola
Mankind’s influence on Earth was always said to be irreversible, this was not the case. After the reactors blew up, the cities crumbled and the dams gave way, it looked grim. Only the strongest, most adaptable, and most numerous animals could survive. Well, those and any polar animals that survived the global warming that ensued.
 
After the weather cleared up, Earth began its recovery. Filling the spaces left by long dead species in with remained. The skies swarm with secondarily volant birds and dog-sized cicada-like insects. The impenetrable forests, twisted meshes of pine and palm, are home to arboreal cephalopods, gibbon-like spiders and predatory xenarthrans. The open plains brimmed with life, as herd of grazing, horse-sized dogs run from giant, raptorial lagomorphs. The oceans are ruled by whale sized seals and peculiarly unchanged sharks, trailed by scavenging crocodilians and water-breathing monotremes, with gills in their mouths.
 
Perhaps even more peculiar than the heavily derived species that roam the surface are the denizens of the underworld. In what was once Mexico, something stirs beneath the ever-shifting sands of a newly formed desert. A small group of rabbit-sized geckos scatter, but nowhere near fast enough, as one member disappears into the jaws of the surfacing predator. At first glance one may think it was some kind of alligator or some kind of caiman. But upon closer inspection… the answer is still nowhere near apparent. It has the same sprawled stature, scaly hide and high set eyes. Perhaps the only feature that betrays the creature’s true nature is the strange nasal crest that adorns its snout.
 
The animal shifts slightly, basking in the afternoon sunlight. It was far too hot to surface during the day, and so the creature comes up to warm its cold-blooded body. Considering this metabolism, it would make even more sense to consider the creature some kind of fossorial crocodilian. This assumption would be incorrect, which only becomes apparent when the animal fully surfaces. Its slender, meter-long body is adorned with scales and scutes typical of a reptile, its high set eyes are strangely familiar, and the animal’s two digited forelimbs only add to the mystery of its ancestry.
 
This animal, which has come to be known as the Naola, natavespertilis harenamexicus, is exactly what it’s latin name would suggest. A bat. The creature has diverged so far from its true ancestors that it can barely be considered a mammal. It is completely devoid of hair, save for upward pointing whiskers, and the only notably mammalian trait is the animal’s external genitalia. The Naola is just over a metre long, pushing the limits of a fossorial sand-dwelling animal.
 
It is one of only a handful of ectothermic mammals, all descendants of bats, all native to the Americas. It is a carnivorous creature, preying upon anything that is stupid enough to pass through its forest of near-invisible whiskers. During the breeding season, the creatures cannot give birth and raise their young in the searing sand, as their cold-blooded metabolism would render the young cooked within hours. To combat this the animals make a dangerous surface journey to solid ground, which could either be the final remnants of a human city, or a rocky outcropping they can dig a den in.
 
What the future holds for this changed Earth is a mystery, but one thing is sure. The age of mammals is just about to go into overdrive.
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This day was pretty good! I drew some decent pictures and invented a creature.

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AntFingers
Call me Octo.
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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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ethan-k793 Featured By Owner May 13, 2017  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
tganks for tge fav! take a lamaLlama...an important part of life 
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AntFingers Featured By Owner May 13, 2017
No problem!
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FlippleNup Featured By Owner Apr 19, 2017  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Hey, are you a part of the spec evo forums? If so, could you see why my friend CrypticPrism was banned? He said at lunch yesterday that he was banned for a week, unbanned for around an hour, got to post "why was I banned?" In the shoutbox before being re-banned.
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AntFingers Featured By Owner Apr 20, 2017
Yeah I'm a member, I've never heard of CrypticPrism. I'll ask the moderators.
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FlippleNup Featured By Owner Apr 21, 2017  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Nvm.
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SatanicReptile Featured By Owner Mar 25, 2017  Student Digital Artist
i hate u

i luv u
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AntFingers Featured By Owner Mar 25, 2017
Baebae
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Sanrou Featured By Owner Mar 13, 2017   Digital Artist
Thank you for the watch! :D
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AntFingers Featured By Owner Mar 13, 2017
No problem, I honestly thought I was already watching you. I guess I'd seen so much fan art from your hexapods it just passed me by.
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Sanrou Featured By Owner Mar 15, 2017   Digital Artist
No problem. Thanks again! ^^
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