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A Conservative Lythronax by pilsator A Conservative Lythronax by pilsator
An awesome tyrant. It seems to say with its very name "Eat your heart out, monster killer!" two nodes further down its tree. If you're even remotely interested in tyrannosauroids, you have no right to skip the paper describing among other things this one (which is open-access).

I really had to do this. I actually started a drawing of this thing before (see my scraps), but I didn't like it at all. This one works for me. Although I was in a paravian mood during the last drawings, it looks like now is the time to continue my tyrant "series".

Skeletal reconstruction courtesy of the always-magnificent Scott Hartman.

Damn, doing that felt good. And I won't draw a Deinocheirus anytime soon.
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Randomosaur Featured By Owner Feb 28, 2014
Conservative Lythronax opposes gay marriage.
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pilsator Featured By Owner Mar 1, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Fortunately, it can't do that as of now.
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Dino-Mario Featured By Owner Jan 6, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
That Tyrannosaur is bloody awesome (No pun intended)
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CommonHouseGecko Featured By Owner Nov 15, 2013
Is it because Utah is a solid red State?
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pilsator Featured By Owner Nov 16, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Heh, it's rather because it's a drawing with minimal extra assumptions (i.e., very much not All Yesterday-ish); Lythronax (thankfully) wouldn't be capable of being a conservative whatever.
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ShinRedDear Featured By Owner Nov 10, 2013
I had a tyrannosaurid project of my own that still needs to be made but it's indeed funny to see at least three artists on DA got the tyrannosaur fever ! :D

Just one thing, I think you used Bistahieversor (it was used as a skeleton silhouette in the paper) as a model instead of the actual skull material wich looks like this: static.guim.co.uk/sys-images/G…

So your Lythronax is actually more like a Bistahieversor.

Apart from that nitpicking, I love the pose and the feathers arrangement on light color patern.
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pilsator Featured By Owner Nov 10, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
It is Lythronax, not Bistahieversor: www.skeletaldrawing.com/home/l…

And thank you :)
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ShinRedDear Featured By Owner Nov 10, 2013
Oh my ! So I was in error ! But to be faire, Hartman originally labelled his Lythronax as Bistahieversor prior to the official description. I apologize for my mistake and so I'll update my own work.

Thank you very much for pointing this out. I owe you.

First time a tyrannosaurid made so much confusion !!!
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pilsator Featured By Owner Nov 10, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Haha, no need for an apology - I based it off of the reconstruction in the Loewen et al. paper, then compared it with the thing labeled Bistahieversor sp. on Scott's site, and was quite happy when his blog post clarified things.
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ShinRedDear Featured By Owner Nov 11, 2013
Thank you for your understanding. I'm glad everything is clear now on the Lythronax department. Still, I'll have to redo my portrait series !
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