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Antarctic monsters by HodariNundu Antarctic monsters by HodariNundu
Version libre de un Glacialisaurus manteniendo a raya a un Cryolophosaurus. Ambos dinosaurios vivieron durante el Jurasico temprano de Antártida. El Cryolophosaurus tambien ha sido llamado Elvisaurus por su cresta caracteristica. Sus fans insisten en que no esta extinto.

Free version of a Glacialisaurus keeping a Cryolophosaurus at bay. Both dinosaurs lived during the early Jurassic period in Antarctica. Cryolophosaurus has also been called Elvisaurus due to its characteristic crest. Its fans claim that it is not extinct.
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SilverDragon234 Featured By Owner Apr 9, 2015
I wonder if a full grown Cryo would be as big as Carnotaurus, or slightly lighter. It is considered a large theropod, after all... aye?
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HodariNundu Featured By Owner Apr 9, 2015   General Artist
Well we need more remains... but apparently the original specimen has been estimated at 6-7 meters, and was not fully grown, so who knows?
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SilverDragon234 Featured By Owner Apr 9, 2015
True. If there are any adult cryolophosaurus, the mysteriousness in the animal only goes.
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Oaglor Featured By Owner Aug 27, 2011  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
*After Cryolophosaurus kills Glacialisaurus*
Cryo: Thank you! Thank you very much!
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Nossek Featured By Owner Oct 12, 2008
All I can really say is that your art kicks ass.
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Phaedrolous Featured By Owner Jan 27, 2008  Student General Artist
Not that this is a pretty darn good picture, but I think you messed up Crylophosaurus's crest. It should be shaped like Elvis's hair, hence its second name, Elvisaurus. You've got horns on its brows instead.
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HodariNundu Featured By Owner Jan 27, 2008   General Artist
Well, I don´t use models, so that could explain it. I've already told you people that my drawings are often free versions :P
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maniraptora Featured By Owner Dec 19, 2007  Hobbyist General Artist
Muy bueno! me has ganado de mano! tenia en mente una representacion de las dos criaturas (incluso considerando la posibilidad de que el Cryolophosaurus no estuviera comiendo al Glacialisaurus, sino que este ultimo estuviera defendiendose).
Hace muy poco salio una descripcion osteologica y filogenia de Cryolophosaurus y, para sorpresa de muchos (me incluyo), la filogenia posiciona a esta besta mas cercano a Dilophosaurus que a, digamos, un tetanuro basal, un "carnosaurio"... seria interesante ver como lo representas de esa manera tambien!, para cubrir las posibilidades, digo (usan un concenso de Adams para la filogenia, si mal no recuerdo, por lo que no se si fiarme 100% de esto...)
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HodariNundu Featured By Owner Dec 19, 2007   General Artist
¿Mas emparentado con el Dilophosaurus? Interesante... de hecho, el craneo si se parece un poco... :)

Sobre descripciones filogénicas y concensos de Adams no se nada. Ya les digo que no soy un paleontologo ni paleoartista, solo el admirador numero 1 de los dinosaurios y compañia XD (Aunque muchos se han llamado a si mismos el fan numero 1 :)

Saludos y gracias por comentar!
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maniraptora Featured By Owner Dec 20, 2007  Hobbyist General Artist
jajaja. El tema es que las filogenias se hacen usando, en general, tecnicas cladisticas. Consisten en el armado de matrices y mediante programas de computadora se obtienen las relaciones filogeneticas mas "parsimoniosas" (es decir, de que manera se puede explicar la evolucion de los bichos de manera mas simple). En ese trabajo, el Cryolophosaurus aparece mas emparentando (y por lo tanto posiblemente fuera mas similar) con los Dilofosaurios que con los Tetanuros basales, como Piatnitzkysaurus... es decir, el modelo basico del "carnosaurio".
Sobre el concenso y eso, no te preocupes... son metodos que te permiten, una vez que has obtenido las relaciones filogeneticas (ten en cuenta que en general no hay solo una solucion, y se obtienen muchos arboles igualmente "parsimoniosos), resumir los resultados en un solo "arbol" (seguro los has visto, los arboles filogeneticos). El consenso de Adams es una manera un tanto "light" de resumir los datos, mientras que el concenso estricto es eso justamente, mas estricto, pero puede llegar a darte relaciones filogeneticas menos claras.
No te preocupes por esto, igualmente!!! jajajajaj
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HodariNundu Featured By Owner Dec 20, 2007   General Artist
No me preocupo :P
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TroodonKid2007 Featured By Owner Dec 19, 2007
Pues esa cresta me parecía un par de raquetas...
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HodariNundu Featured By Owner Dec 19, 2007   General Artist
Si, mas o menos...
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TehFuzzyDuck Featured By Owner Dec 15, 2007
Terrific scene :)
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HodariNundu Featured By Owner Dec 15, 2007   General Artist
Glad you like it :)

Cryolophosaurus is one of those dinosaurs I could never manage to draw XD
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GodzillaJedi360 Featured By Owner Dec 15, 2007
Cool the new Dinosaur !
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HodariNundu Featured By Owner Dec 15, 2007   General Artist
:)
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guilmon182 Featured By Owner Dec 14, 2007  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Is Glacialsaurus real?
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HodariNundu Featured By Owner Dec 14, 2007   General Artist
It is! It was described very recently ;)
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guilmon182 Featured By Owner Dec 14, 2007  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Cool!. Looks like a therizinosaur.
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HodariNundu Featured By Owner Dec 14, 2007   General Artist
Kinda, but it was actually a prosauropod, if I well recall...
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guilmon182 Featured By Owner Dec 14, 2007  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
It is. I just looked it up on Wikipedia.
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HodariNundu Featured By Owner Dec 14, 2007   General Artist
Right... since some classic prosauropods are now classified as sauropods, I wasn´t so sure XD
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RestrainedRaptor Featured By Owner Dec 14, 2007   Digital Artist
I doubt Cryolophosaurus could sing, though. :giggle:
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HodariNundu Featured By Owner Dec 14, 2007   General Artist
Well, not with a bone stuck in his throat, anyway (sadly, some paleontologist believe that's how the original Cryolophosaurus specimen died) :S
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RestrainedRaptor Featured By Owner Dec 15, 2007   Digital Artist
Eep... Well I guess that's inevitable for large carnivores that can't chew.
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HodariNundu Featured By Owner Dec 16, 2007   General Artist
Yeah... :S
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Megalania1859 Featured By Owner Dec 14, 2007
He not extinct! The aliens just took him away for awhile.
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HodariNundu Featured By Owner Dec 14, 2007   General Artist
Yeah... or as the MIB would put it... he just went home XD
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Megalania1859 Featured By Owner Dec 14, 2007
lol, such a great movie.
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HodariNundu Featured By Owner Dec 14, 2007   General Artist
Yeah... I liked the big cockroach like thing... XD

Without the Edgar suit, that is...
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Megalania1859 Featured By Owner Dec 14, 2007
"Oh, I'm sorry. Was that your auntie?"
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HodariNundu Featured By Owner Dec 14, 2007   General Artist
That's the part I didn´t like, actually :S I was on the side of the bugs XD

For real, I never kill bugs. I collect black widows, scorpions and centipedes and release them back to their habitat when I find them in my house... :P
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Megalania1859 Featured By Owner Dec 14, 2007
i can't handle black widows. tarantulas, but not widows...
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HodariNundu Featured By Owner Dec 14, 2007   General Artist
Tarantulas are easy... but seriously, with black widows, what Im scared of is of accidentally crushing the spider. They are so deadly and yet so fragile...
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Maleiva Featured By Owner Dec 14, 2007  Hobbyist General Artist
"Sus fans insisten en que no esta extinto". Entonces es parte de la criptozoologia una pseudociencia.
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Dingo145 Featured By Owner Jun 13, 2009
"Hombre" como dice Hodari, esta bromeando con que muchas fans de ELVIS dicen que noesta muerto, que su popularidad sigue igual q cuando Elvis estaba vivo!Elvisaurus le dicen por la cresta "hombre"
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HodariNundu Featured By Owner Dec 14, 2007   General Artist
No, hombre, es una broma XD ;)
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Koolasuchus Featured By Owner Dec 14, 2007  Hobbyist General Artist
Si algo me gusta de tus dinosaurios es la piel =p
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:iconhodarinundu:
HodariNundu Featured By Owner Dec 14, 2007   General Artist
¿Solo eso? :S XD
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:iconkoolasuchus:
Koolasuchus Featured By Owner Dec 15, 2007  Hobbyist General Artist
Sólo era un ejemplo XD

Reescribo: una de las cosas que me gustan de tus dinos es la piel.

XDD
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HodariNundu Featured By Owner Dec 16, 2007   General Artist
:) Ah, bueno XD
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avancna Featured By Owner Dec 13, 2007  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Elvisaurus is extinct, it's just that it has had many impersonators.
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HodariNundu Featured By Owner Dec 13, 2007   General Artist
XD Sadly, you are right
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avancna Featured By Owner Dec 14, 2007  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Uhhuhuh
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