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Here on DA Guanlong came from behind to barely eek out a victory over Yutyrannus, 35 to 33 (with Protoceratops having a strong showing in third with 29 votes). Over on my website it was a very different story, as Sauroposeidon and Guanlong showed massive surges on the last day, with Sauroposeidon almost tripling its vote total to snatch second place (with 127 total votes) and Guanlong more than quadrupling its vote total to gain a ridiculous 347 votes.

So while it seems like a fan or three of Guanlong may have worked overtime to ensure victory Sunday, it does match with the non-anonymous vote on DA, so I suppose all's well that ends well. So look for that skeletal towards the end of the week, but look for a different skeletal soon, and perhaps some hints at the long-awaited revision of Utahraptor near midweek.


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Hellraptor 20 hours ago  Student Traditional Artist
Hello Scott, i wonderif you can tell me what you thinkof this ?…
Scott, can you do a skeletal reconstruction of Nanuqsaurus?
Hi Mr Scott!
Do you have some Photos of C. Saharicus holotype or Stromer's draws of the fossils?
or more can you show something about a "new" or undescribed specimen?

thank you and have a nice day!
RobotsinBlack Apr 1, 2014  New member Hobbyist Artist
I watched the new Walking With Dinosaurs movie and I saw your name in the credits :D
ScottHartman Apr 1, 2014  Professional Digital Artist
You're most certainly correct. It's actually in there twice if you look carefully (not that there's any reason for you to do so). 
RobotsinBlack Apr 2, 2014  New member Hobbyist Artist
The dinosaurs were beautiful, like almost photorealistic. You did a great job man!
ScottHartman Apr 7, 2014  Professional Digital Artist
Thanks, but to be fair there is an entire army of talented visual effects artists that are more responsible for that than I am, I just designed the anatomy of some of them and consulted on the walk cycles and some other detail. Each person in the chain has to do his or her job or else the end result doesn't turn out as well. 
ScottHartman Mar 28, 2014  Professional Digital Artist
No, the first is Greg Paul's and I'm not sure who made the second (but it's not Greg's).
One of the guys on the Dinosaur Toy Forum suggested that you make your own version of the Princeton Field Guide to Dinosaurs.
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