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WHEW! Man that is niiiiiice! I am glad to see that you were not afraid to go bold with the colors. I don't see many dinos like that. Excellent choice of colors. Looks like a mixture of airbrush and dry brush techniques? EXCELLENT!
 
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As for what i think, 'they are excellent' springs to mind but that just don't quite cover it.
Bold colours yes but with the shading and tone work like you've done, it all just works and works bloody well ! I've never built dino's really even though i do have a soft spot for them so always good to see work like this.

Outstanding sir :thumbsup:
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veedubb67 said:
You've seen a dinosaur?
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:p ....I get one or two strolling through the backyard on occasion. They are not real fond of being seen so sightings are rare. For some reason they usually pop up after a couple of glasses of suds.....just out of the corner of my eye.... :)
 

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Refreshingly unusual W66. Nice to see someone break out of the stereoypes we all fall into. Good job.
Dabbler

( Can't help thinking pic #2 reminds me of a stained glass window ! ? Am I wierd ? )
 

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Duck Fink said:
:p ....I get one or two strolling through the backyard on occasion. They are not real fond of being seen so sightings are rare. For some reason they usually pop up after a couple of glasses of suds.....just out of the corner of my eye.... :)
So you have them too?

I like the bold colors. Since there are no preserved specimens of dinosaur skin, nobody knows what sort of coloration they had. So it's pretty much up to the imagination. Maybe the males had bright coloring and the females were drab-looking, like many of today's bird species.
 
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