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Tarbosaurus and Gallimimus by jconway Tarbosaurus and Gallimimus by jconway
I don't think this really needs a description... it's a tyrannosaur about to chomp an ornithomimid (obviously), in Late Cretaceous Mongolia. I do believe there is a similar drawing by Bakker in The Dinosaur Heresies, but my copy is in Australia. If anyone has a copy it would be great if you could send a scan/photo of the drawing to me (john.a.conway@gmail.com). I want to see how it compares.

This painting is actually ANIMOOTED, but dA's pathetic video size won't show that to any great effect, so here's the still version.
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asari13 Featured By Owner 4 days ago  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
dinnertime
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Heytomemeimhome Featured By Owner May 24, 2014
Tarbosaurus looks cold....
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lbiondo Featured By Owner Jan 3, 2014
I wonder who will win. if the Tarbosaurus is a juvenile, it's possible that either one will win.
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DragoRoku Featured By Owner Oct 15, 2013
Sorry, forgot I already asked.
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DragoRoku Featured By Owner Oct 15, 2013
I would feel truly honored if you would allow me to use this in a video I am making about the Dinosaurs who were the Apex Predators of their reign. Its a non-profit slide show montage video, made for fun and advent viewing to everyone. If no, I will respect that. If yes however, then I will guarantee that your name will be in the credits and there will be a link back to your DA page in the description box so that everyone can know that it is work. What do you think?
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DragoRoku Featured By Owner Oct 15, 2013
I would feel truly honored if you would allow me to use this in a video I am making about the Dinosaurs who were the Apex Predators of their reign. Its a non-profit slide show montage video, made for fun and advent viewing to everyone. If no, I will respect that. If yes however, then I will guarantee that your name will be in the credits and there will be a link back to your DA page in the description box so that everyone can know that it is work. What do you think?
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palaeorigamipete Featured By Owner Jul 11, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
oh wow! what would I have to do to see tha tanimooshion? XD
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Paleo-reptiles Featured By Owner May 26, 2013
My dear brother, John Conway!
I prefer muddy ground for late cretaceous....late cretaceous was humid!

I believed late cretaceous was a colorful world...colorful flowers and some insects related to flowers (ladybirds, moth, wasp), birds with pretty voice, blue and green dragonfly, slimy
snail, fruit tree exist in late cretaceous....volcano and dust air related to volcano smoke and flowers pollination exist....you can add such things to your pictures for making a better imagination about Tyrannosaurs and ceratops life.....


I hope my advise do not make you angry...it is just an friendly advice from a lonely biologist.....I always like your art very much!

Best wishes for you and your family, your brother always, Amin Khaleghparast (a lonely biologist from Tehran, IRAN)
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Meerkatmatt2 Featured By Owner Nov 16, 2013
both of these animals lived near a desert, or in it, the background is typical for that of a monsoonal rainforest, In the dry season.
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Paleo-reptiles Featured By Owner May 21, 2013
attractive!
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