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Saturnalia tupiniquim by EmperorDinobot Saturnalia tupiniquim by EmperorDinobot
Saturnalia is one of the Earliest dinosaurs.
It was found in South America.
A dinosaur like this is what gave rose to the super huge long necks that evolved afterwards.
I decided to resubmit this with a new cleanup. Looks better now, doesn't it?
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Dilong-paradoxus Featured By Owner Feb 7, 2008  Hobbyist Photographer
Wow! However, I thought Saturnalia was more sauropod-ish...
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EmperorDinobot Featured By Owner Feb 7, 2008
Just imagine Thecodontosaurus looking like a theropod.
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Dilong-paradoxus Featured By Owner Feb 7, 2008  Hobbyist Photographer
I see...
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Astrofreak92 Featured By Owner Feb 3, 2008   Writer
so this is a sauropod along the lines of plateosaurus? Very cool!
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EmperorDinobot Featured By Owner Feb 3, 2008
It's a really early saurischian leaning towards sauropodomorpha.
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Astrofreak92 Featured By Owner Feb 3, 2008   Writer
saurichian, so where therapods diverged from sauropods? I always thought it was weird that therapods were saurichians not ornisthicians......
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EmperorDinobot Featured By Owner Feb 3, 2008
Sauropods and theropods come from Saurischia. Saturnalia was a really REALLY basal Sauropodomorph.
Ornithopods came from Dinosauria, moving away from Sauropodomorpha and Theropoda.
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Astrofreak92 Featured By Owner Feb 3, 2008   Writer
ok, thats about what i thought. Thanks!
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PaleoAeolos Featured By Owner Nov 13, 2007   Traditional Artist
Interesante..... se ve como una mezcla entre Herrerasaurus y Plateosaurus.... muy apropiado para un sauropodomorfo basal. Buen trabajo.
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EmperorDinobot Featured By Owner Nov 13, 2007
Gracias gracias! Si trate que pareciera un sauropodo muy basal, pero no tan basal como un tecodontosaurio.
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Mexivenatoris Featured By Owner Aug 8, 2007
muy buenos detalles, corrígeme si me equivoco, ¿no crees que las escamas gruesas de las patas estan muy arriba, ya topando la rodilla? no se, es solo una opinión;).
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:iconemperordinobot:
EmperorDinobot Featured By Owner Aug 8, 2007
Si. Yo las hago asi todo el tiempo.
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StrayedMusician Featured By Owner Jul 16, 2007
Your drawings have such fine detail. It's noticeable how well-thought out the outlines were and how you shaded them. This is just stunning. Nicely-done.
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:iconemperordinobot:
EmperorDinobot Featured By Owner Jul 16, 2007
Why thank you! that really means a lot :)
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StrayedMusician Featured By Owner Jul 17, 2007
You're welcome. :hug:
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Kairu-Hakubi Featured By Owner Jul 10, 2007  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Very nice scalework. On presumably small dinos like this I like visible scales ^_^
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EmperorDinobot Featured By Owner Jul 11, 2007
Agreed.
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