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Gorgosaurus libratus by ScottHartman Gorgosaurus libratus by ScottHartman
Medium-sized tyrannosaur from the Campanian of North America, found in western Canada and the U.S.
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Megalosaurid Featured By Owner Sep 15, 2013
Can you make an Adult Gorgosaurus??
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ScottHartman Featured By Owner Sep 15, 2013  Professional Digital Artist
I made one that is under NDA. At this point it will be some time before I can attempt another one though, sorry.
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Megalosaurid Featured By Owner Sep 15, 2013
No problem man, But It would be awesome to have a full grown Gorgosaurus, to study the evolutionary paths of Tyrannosaurs.
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sapiens89 Featured By Owner Dec 23, 2011  Student Traditional Artist
the tail of Gorgosaurus seems fine for an animal of 8-9 m, the latest findings show that the muscle of the tail of the dinos was quite large, what do you think? this applies to Gorgosaurus?
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sapiens89 Featured By Owner Dec 25, 2011  Student Traditional Artist
thanks.
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ScottHartman Featured By Owner Dec 24, 2011  Professional Digital Artist
The new studies show that the base of the tail was quite heavy - and it definitely applied to Gorgosaurus. As for length, that differs between species.
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action-figure-opera Featured By Owner Nov 26, 2011
If you were to do a skeletal of an Albertosaur, would you make it look any different to the Gorgosaur?
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ScottHartman Featured By Owner Nov 26, 2011  Professional Digital Artist
A bit, although outside of perhaps the head I doubt many people would notice. I should point out that this specimen is a subadult (think of it as a "teenager" gorgosaur) so an adult would be a bit more robust.
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AVP-DEVIANT-THANE Featured By Owner Sep 21, 2012
Hello again XD I was just wondering that if I were to do a sculpture of gorgosaurus, would it be accurate to have my sculpture (of a gorgosaurus) eating or attacking a corythosaurus. I am just wondering if the two would have met in real life or the corythosaurus went extinct before this event could of taken place since by what i have read, corythosaurus lived around 77-76.5 million years ago and gorogaurus between about 76.5 and 75 million years ago.
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DeinonychusEmpire Featured By Owner Mar 31, 2010  Hobbyist General Artist
It looks like an Albertosaurus to me, but excellent reconstruction anyway!
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