THis is probably one of the most realistic dinosaur images I have seen.
I get upset sometimes when a dinosaur had "mimus" in it's name. Example: Ornithomimus"Ostrich mimic", but this non-avian didn't mimic an ostrich, an ostrich mimicked it. Anyways, nice!
I thought... it was a picture o,o a-m-a-z-i-n-g
Looks almost like a photograph. This is absolutely beautiful, and I love your liberal use of high contrast here.
It looks so real
I thought this was a photo at first! Excellent work!
This is amazing When I saw the thumbnail, I thought it was a really elaborate sculpture.
It really looks like something you expect to find in the wild now.
Beautiful work! It looks very much like it was painted traditionally, the textures are awesome. Do you come up with the animal's color/pattern design yourself or do you base them off of other recreations of the dinosaur?
Veeery life-like conception! Cool!
Brilliantly envisioned & rendered, I see no reason to think this guy didn't roam the earth once!
Absolutely stunning. I love how you made it look so realistic and birdlike, it's almost like you can find one like this roaming around in the Australian outback or somewhere
(I did say almost, unfortunately dinosaurs are long gone T^T)
You completely missed your own point. This theropod looks so much like a bird because birds are theropods. Dinosaurs are still very much alive, the birds just happen to be the only ones left.
This is amazing can I post it in a blog for show how to restore the forelimbs in paraves dinosaurs?
It looks fantastic!
Nice work. Very very good.
looks like a actually bird
"Avimimus" literally means "bird mimic" in Latin. Although, of course, let's not forget that birds ARE direct descendants of dinosaurs - in fact, taxonomy-wise, they ARE dinosaurs.
Just smaller, and not as kickass. Ostriches, emus, and cassowarys, are the only ones that still look like dinosaurs
lovely 'beard' on the neck, can almost feel the feathers
It's so real!! And cute!
i like it ^^
I love the texture of this. Reminds me of some of the older paintings found in books, particularly those by Giovanni Caselli from 'the evolution and ecology of the dinosaurs'.
I'm not an evolutionist, but this is amazing! You must have worked very hard on this. This is so proffessional it seems I'm looking at a picture in the textbooks! Keep up your amazing artwork!
It Looks so....
This is absolutely wonderful. It looks like real photo.
Very fitting name.
Wonderful! Bloody love it
excellent! how did you get it to look like an old fashioned oil painting?
The secretary bird reincarnated ! Really good, the environnment and the animal. Have you heard about Nick Longrish study about a new arm feathers arrangement for Archaeoptery and Anchiornis ?
Yeah I read about it, very interesting Now I'm tempted to draw Anchiornis
Really love this one. Astonishingly realistic. Your stuff just gets better and better
Oh my god, this almost looks real!!
I LIKE IT!!
Wow, this is really great! Beautiful!
I honestly thought it was a photo of a secretary bird!
I thought that was a photo of a real bird until I realized it was a dinosaur, and couldn't possibly be a photo.