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Scott Hartman
Artist | Professional | Digital Art
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Current Residence: Wisconsin
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Ixalerpeton
I was really thrilled when this critter was published, as it wasn't really possible to nail down the proportions of any lagerpetid before this. Obviously I wish there was more information about the hands and the snout, but seriously, this was an amazing addition to our knowledge of what Triassic near-dinosaurs looked like.

Also, this truly looks like an animal that could have bounded around on all fours just about as easily as it could move bipedally (remember that when moving quadrupedally it probably would have lowered the ankle and moved with the hindlimb in a for plantigrade posture). From critters pretty much like this we get both the bipedal marasuchus-like dinosauromorphs, and apparently more quadrupedal silesaurids.

Patreon supporters had exclusive access to this for several weeks: www.patreon.com/skeletaldrawin…
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Dawn 'bird'
Aurornis, the "dawn bird" is another taxa from the basal avialan/basal troodontid bush, and again I have no formal opinion on its phylogeny that I'm willing to make public right now. The skull and proportions feel less elegant to me than say Jinfengopteryx, but I suppose once you cover it in a proper coat of feathers it'd look just fine.
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Jinfengopteryx elegans - the golden phoenix
Completely overhauled version of a much older skeletal. Basal troodontid/avialan thing, more details when Lori is published.

Patreon supporters had exclusive early access www.patreon.com/skeletaldrawin…
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Dimetrodon skeletal 4 web by ScottHartman
I often have to sit on top of new skeletal reconstructions for a long time before I can show them (Utahraptor would be the most infamous example to my DA followers), but this one has been hard to clam up about since I did it more than a year ago: Dimetrodon grandis.

The skeletal was done during the design process for the excellent Permian line of clothes and merchandise  and they understandably wanted to wait on showing it off until their product line launched.

But now it has! So here is my overhaul of D. grandis, based as much as possible on the Smithsonian specimen, with the tail taken from other specimens. The high-walk-in-a-hurry pose is something I created specifically for Permia; I will be creating a more sedate high-walk pose for the version that eventually ends up in my galleries, but I didn't want to wait any longer to share it.

If you want to read more about how the skeletal was made (and the data used) you can read about it on my website here.

Enjoy!
Chinese Hunter
Years ago I did a Sinovenator skeletal drawing based off of the initial Nature paper. A lot more data has come out since then (though some of it is still waiting on publication), so here is the fully revised version. 


This was first made available to my Patreon supporters: www.patreon.com/skeletaldrawin…
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Dimetrodon skeletal 4 web by ScottHartman
I often have to sit on top of new skeletal reconstructions for a long time before I can show them (Utahraptor would be the most infamous example to my DA followers), but this one has been hard to clam up about since I did it more than a year ago: Dimetrodon grandis.

The skeletal was done during the design process for the excellent Permian line of clothes and merchandise  and they understandably wanted to wait on showing it off until their product line launched.

But now it has! So here is my overhaul of D. grandis, based as much as possible on the Smithsonian specimen, with the tail taken from other specimens. The high-walk-in-a-hurry pose is something I created specifically for Permia; I will be creating a more sedate high-walk pose for the version that eventually ends up in my galleries, but I didn't want to wait any longer to share it.

If you want to read more about how the skeletal was made (and the data used) you can read about it on my website here.

Enjoy!

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pinatacentral Featured By Owner 1 day ago  Hobbyist General Artist
i love your arts very much! they have helped me drawing dinosuars 
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Paleo-reptiles Featured By Owner Feb 20, 2017
my friend, Scott

Please tell me your personal opinion about my idea :) Thank you


Dinosaurs or Mammals, which one adopt with earth the better?

Did Dinosaurs were king of mesozoic world ? I do not think :) Dinosaurs just were successful in land. They rent sea and rivers to reptiles. Dinosaurs were good swimmers but they cannot adopt for life in sea .... in Mesozoic, the sea belong to marine reptiles but dinosaurs did not have portion of living into sea. Even, Dinosaurs did not have portion in rivers. Crocodiles have been kings of rivers since they appear ...in the world until now.

Dinosaurs have feather but they cannot get sky. in Mesozoic world, Pterosaurs were king of sky. Pterosaurs were reptiles that their body were covered with fur for keeping their body warm in low tempreature of the height. Although Dinosaurs were origin of birds but Dinosaurs never able to fly to sky. raptors morphology were good for jumping on prey but do not good for fly. Even, first birds like Archaeopteryx that was created from dinosaurs, cannot fly like birds of our world.


Dinosaurs were successful in Mesozoic because their advance system of their pelvic gave them this chance movement in land. long migration ability adopt dinosaurs with new places on the earth. the previous kings of land, mammle- like reptiles, with different pelviceand movement system cannot perform same migration and this issue made success Dinosaurs since they were appear in earth.


mammals not only move in land like mammal-like reptiles and dinosaurs, but also, they can fly in sky, live in sea and even rivers. They adopt with earth better than previos kings. However, some Humans for having the more portion, change life rules and move the life in earth toward extinction!

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AJChelett Featured By Owner Feb 18, 2017  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Tarbosaurus bataar. I've only seen one paleo-artist ever tackle making a skeletal profile for Tarbosaurus, and I am unsure as to how correct it was. Is the "alarming lizard" anywhere on your to-do list?
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Corvid333 Featured By Owner Feb 13, 2017  Hobbyist General Artist
Hello, I hope you don't mind me coming to you with questions, it's just you must know much about dinosaurs and google is failing to give me the answer's I seek. 
I've been trying to figure out which Raptors coexisted. For most raptors google will tell me that such and such raptor lived in the Early Cretaceous only that's a big time frame, so I can't tell if they all existed at the same time. On another side the locations is quite vague with some of them. I just really want to know which raptors were able to interact with each other. Is there someplace I can find the info I want?
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kirkseven Featured By Owner Jan 29, 2017
hi Scott, a few years ago you made a few predictions about how Tyrannosaurus would compare to Giganotosaurus in length and mass.

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on point number 5 you mention some fragments of even larger T. rex specimens. what individual specimens did you have in mind when you mentioned this? 
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Sekley Featured By Owner Jan 29, 2017
Hello Scott, it's been a long time since I've had a question. Anyway I'm doing an illustration for my portfolio and it's a life reconstruction of Big Al playing with a metal barrel. I used this mount as reference. Any articulation problems I should watch out for?

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Majestic-Colossus Featured By Owner Jan 28, 2017  New Deviant
Hello Scott, firstly I want to tell that your work is fantastic. :) (Smile)

I also want to ask you, are Paralititan and Argentinosaurus on your list of dinosaurs to reconstruct?

I know it's probably tricky to reconstruct them but it would be really, really great to see their reconstructions from you.
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Dinosaurzzz Featured By Owner Jan 23, 2017
Is it possible that Oviraptor and Citipati is the same animal?
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ScottHartman Featured By Owner Jan 23, 2017  Professional Digital Artist
For a long time Citipati was referred to Oviraptor, but it appears that they are different critters.
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Dinosaurzzz Featured By Owner Jan 23, 2017
Ah, I see. Thanks.
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