The flamboyant Parasaurolophus, as painted for Daily Interactive (hence the side-view with no background). I went against the urge to make the coloring as outrageous as the crest, and instead opted for a sable antelope sort of inspiration. The somewhat unusual skin folds were also my own riff on the folds often found in hadrosaur mummies. Not as fun as John Conway's All Yesterdays version [link]
but better fitting with the needs of the client (and still quite a ways from my usual style).
If you look beneath all the folds and tissue, you may notice that this is a well fed as well as well-built individual, and it highlights the new expanded tail muscles that have been talked about so much of late [link]
- this also reflects my own work on shoulder girdle and forearm musculature, as well as neck tissue depth.