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A veces dibujar bichos poco conocidos en situaciones poco comunes no es suficiente Tienes que volver a los clásicos... Sigo pensando que T. rex con plumas es una rara mezcla de gracioso y atemorizante... eso o así me sale a mí XD
Sometimes, drawing little known creatures in unusual situations is not enough You gotta go back to the classics... I keep thinking that feathery T. rex is a weird mix of funny-looking and scary... although that may be just my style XD
Inspirado en el descubrimiento (y posterior reconstrucción) de un psittacosaurio muy bien preservado, el cual sugiere que parecían una impía (pero adorable) mezcla de tortuga, perico y ET. El especimen además reveló los colores de este dinosaurio mas aproximadamente a la realidad que cualquier otro dino no emplumado conocido hasta la fecha, y sugiere que su principal defensa consistia en pasar desapercibido en el suelo del bosque, gracias a su camuflaje. Claro que no sería un Hodari Nundu original si no tuviera esa pizca de locura en la mirada -@ Lapices de colores
Inspired by the discovery (and subsequent reconstruction) of a very well preserved psittacosaur, which suggests they looked like an unholy mix between a turtle, a budgie and ET. The specimen also revealed the colors of this dinosaur closer to reality than any other known non-feathered dino, suggesting its main defense consisted on hiding on the forest floor from the eyes of predators, thanks to its natural camouflage. Of course, it wouldn´t be a genuine Hodari Nundu if it didn´t have that madness in its eyes -@ made with colored pencils
As I implied in the previous journal, I'm currently working at a Museum, and although most of my time is spent in a small stuffy room cataloguing 100 year old insects, sometimes I wander around the actual displays. I think this one is my favorite and I wanted to share it with you guys (sorry bout the poor quality; took them with my phone, no flash allowed and the light is pretty dim inside)
As you probably guessed, this is a skull of the really fantastic Imperial Woodpecker (Campephilus imperialis) which was the largest woodpecker in the world. It lived in Mexico and parts of the US but is believed to have gone extinct in its last sanctuary (the mountains of western Mexico) some time around the 50s or 60s. There's been lots of claims of sightings, however; back when I was teaching I heard from people who lived in villages up in mountains and swore the bird was still alive. Some of the sightings may actually be of smaller but similar looking species, but I do hope there's still a few Imperials left, away from the eyes of man!
I think the stuffed bird is a red-bellied woodpecker, which is about middle sized for woodpecker standards. The Imperial's skull is nearly as long as the entire body of the red-bellied, if you leave the tail and wing feathers out!
The Imperial woodpecker supposedly made a sound like a small trumpet, and was as big as a raven. There's a video of a living female here; to my knowledge, the only one ever recorded.