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Scott Hartman
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Monolophosaurus by ScottHartman
Monolophosaurus
Because the internet never loses anything, the very old (2003) version that I had pulled from my website years ago still turns up in search engine results. So here's an updated one that reflects the basal-tetanuran pedigree that most researchers agree on these days.
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Deinocheirus, an odd duck by ScottHartman
Deinocheirus, an odd duck
Deinocheirus is strange, but doing the skeletal changed my opinion on why it's so weird. For the curious there's more info on my blog: www.skeletaldrawing.com/home/d…
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'Best-guess' Montanazhdarcho by ScottHartman
'Best-guess' Montanazhdarcho
Not all azhdarchids were huge! Also, they didn't all have super-long necks topped with elongate, needle-nosed heads. Of course we don't know for sure what the head and neck of Montanazhdarcho looked like, so I had to make some inferences here based on the forelimb. Major thanks must be given to Mark Witten for assistance with the inference-making process.
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Tylosaurus - teach the controversey web resolution by ScottHartman 

First of all, let me thank all of you who wrote birthday well-wishes, all of the wonderful social interactions on DA are what keep me coming back. I also wanted to update you on a blog post I wrote about mosasaur tails: www.skeletaldrawing.com/home/m…

The tl;dr version is that you can still find people who would support any these extremes in tail fluke design, but I think the middle two (or somewhere in between) is the most likely. Hit up the article for more depth as to why.

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PaleoJoe Featured By Owner 4 days ago  Student Traditional Artist
Anything new in the pipeline?I hope everything is going well.:) (Smile) 
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ScottHartman Featured By Owner 4 days ago  Professional Digital Artist
Many things in the pipeline. You won't get to see them all as soon as they're done, but I should have something new (or at least overhauled) tomorrow.
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PaleoJoe Featured By Owner 3 days ago  Student Traditional Artist
Thank you.I just saw the new Monolophosaurus skeletal it's very neat.
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ScottHartman Featured By Owner 3 days ago  Professional Digital Artist
Timing is everything, right.
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Angrydinobirds Featured By Owner Jul 21, 2015  Hobbyist
You did skeletal diagrams of T. rex (sp. AMNH & Carnegie, Stan, Sue, & Jane), Eotyrannus, Gorgosaurus, Stokesosaurus, Marshosaurus, Tanycolagreus, Bistahieversor, Teratophoneus, Lythronax, and Guanlong. Any of plans of Tarbosaurus or Albertosaurus, you know, to complete the collection?
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ScottHartman Featured By Owner Jul 21, 2015  Professional Digital Artist
I'd love to do them sometime (also both species of Daspletosaurus), but for now they aren't on the short list of skeletals to do.
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ScottHartman Featured By Owner Jul 19, 2015  Professional Digital Artist
Thanks Leah :D
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LeahCK Featured By Owner Jul 20, 2015  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
You're welcome! :D
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Yutyrannus Featured By Owner Jul 17, 2015
I am curious, since you have done skeletals of Microraptor, Sinornithosaurus, and Hesperonychus, do you plan on doing a Changyuraptor skeletal?
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