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Cretaceous Isle of Wight by tuomaskoivurinne Cretaceous Isle of Wight by tuomaskoivurinne
acrylics & spray-paint 2004,
Landscape with Caulkicephalus trimicrodon from Isle of Wight. Other pterosaurs are Ornithocheirus sp. and Isthiodactylus latidens. Down in the beach, Iguanodon atherfieldensis with its calf.
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akaro Featured By Owner May 29, 2010
very nice
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BlueFlame-PyroAngel Featured By Owner May 28, 2008
Caulkicephalus is a good isle of wight pterosaur ;) lovin you gallery btw
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CrazyCrocuta Featured By Owner Mar 15, 2008  Student Traditional Artist
Even with the wings folded that way, this is still very awesome :) I'll never get enough of dinos and pterosaurs.
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tuomaskoivurinne Featured By Owner Mar 15, 2008  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Yea, the pterosaur anatomy bothers me here... but what's done is done.
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moonscream Featured By Owner Jun 17, 2007  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Oh, wow, what a beautiful scenery, great job :D It's breathtaking...
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tuomaskoivurinne Featured By Owner Jun 18, 2007  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Thank you... although I screw up in pterosaur wing anatomy :shakefist: but I'm much wiser yhese days...
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moonscream Featured By Owner Jun 18, 2007  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
It's still great :D
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Tomozaurus Featured By Owner May 26, 2007  Student General Artist
This is an excellent painting. I love it. The Pterosaurs are exceptional, coolest cretures ever.
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honeymagick Featured By Owner Apr 13, 2005   Traditional Artist
Real or not, its one of my favourite dinosaurs, and this picture friggin' rocks!
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tuomaskoivurinne Featured By Owner Apr 14, 2005  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Thanks... what do you mean "real or not"? And your fav dino, Iguanodon? (that`s the only one creature in this painting classified as Dinosauria)
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honeymagick Featured By Owner Apr 15, 2005   Traditional Artist
"real or not" refered to the other persons comment. So if the flying one isn't considered a dinosaur, what is it? I didn't even notice the iguanadon there...
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tuomaskoivurinne Featured By Owner Apr 15, 2005  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
:D Ok, the winged guy is a pterosaur (Pterosauria) and they are not dinosaurs (Dinosauria) although related. >Look here if you want to find out more<
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Titossauro Featured By Owner Feb 7, 2005  Hobbyist General Artist
Man, the picture is great. But this animal may not exists. Because they have caracteristics from ranforincus and pterodactylus togeter! I think they (local paleontologists) founded a lot of ptera bones and simply put them togeter, creating a beautiful, but not real creature. That is what I think.
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tuomaskoivurinne Featured By Owner Jun 9, 2005  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Sorry for REALLY late response, must have accidently skipped your`s. Thanks for interesting facts and commenting :D
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rising-horus Featured By Owner Dec 13, 2004
well, you suer have a great gallery, used to draw dinos too...
keep up!
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tuomaskoivurinne Featured By Owner Dec 14, 2004  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Why didn`t u keep it up? Saw ur gallery, you should try to draw `em again...
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rising-horus Featured By Owner Dec 15, 2004
well... as you could see in the gallery im out for something else , chek the next submisions
...but ill try
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Paleontologia Featured By Owner Jul 17, 2004
Wonderful work!!!!!!!!!
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Deino Featured By Owner Jul 7, 2004
Awesome, I love it!
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tuomaskoivurinne Featured By Owner Jul 7, 2004  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Thanks :)
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pyroraptor86 Featured By Owner Jul 5, 2004
I like this painting, but there's a few errors with the way you've drawn pterosaur wings.

These resources may be of some help...
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Oh, and I think that pterosaur may be Ludodactylus.
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tuomaskoivurinne Featured By Owner Jul 6, 2004  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Thanks! I know the folding of my wings look unnatural (in fact I later tested it on a model made of wire and Jesus-tape [duct-tape, keeps even Jesus hanging on a crucifix]) and even impossible. I`m not yet too warmed up for this "new pterosaur-design"... put appreciate it still. Thanks again.:)
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pyroraptor86 Featured By Owner Jul 6, 2004
Don't pay too much attention to Peters' design of pterosaurs with gigantic frills and whatnot, but Conway is on the mark, for sure.
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tuomaskoivurinne Featured By Owner Jul 6, 2004  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Ok ;) I`ve always liked John`s artwork.
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Sainte-Vincient Featured By Owner Jul 5, 2004  Hobbyist Digital Artist
For all you were worrying about the spray paint it didn't turn out bad at all. I'd really love to see the original. You did really well with the rock in the foreground. I have to tell you that because rocks I suck at so I always notice when someone does a good rock. :shrug: And I really like the way you did the water from far away.
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tuomaskoivurinne Featured By Owner Jul 6, 2004  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
It wasn`t this one, it was another Lourinhã-scene... It was suppose to some kind of soft mist-effect, but it turned out to look too "grainy" is that a word!? No it is! Shouldn`t used spray there at all! :(
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Sainte-Vincient Featured By Owner Jul 10, 2004  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Meh, grainy airbrush sucks, unless that's what you're going for.
Speaking of Lourinha, I think that the way things are going with me being away from my art stuff is that I'm gonna work on that idea for the next year and enter it then. I've come up with some ways that I'll be able to incorporate the full animal as well as the reclining one that you saw so that the nesting ground scene is a little more... better. Ha, my grammar just went out the window. I'll do up some sketches and send them to you to see what you think. Plus I wanna do it in acrylics and oil on a large frameless canvas and I just don't have enough time to be able to finish it and have it be good for the competition. Sucks really, since I was really hoping to enter this year.
Anyhoo, I think this cove scene turned out really well.
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tuomaskoivurinne Featured By Owner Jul 11, 2004  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Thanks friend! And waiting forward to... waiting forth? Waiting forward to see (I sthat right? My hands are shaking...sorry, hangover) Waiting forward to to see updated pieces!
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Sainte-Vincient Featured By Owner Jul 11, 2004  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Looking forward to? ;)
I'll be working on updates this week I think. Hopefully I can get my !#@$!@#$ modem figured out so that I can get on-line from my 'puter at home. I hate machines that don't work!!!!!!
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Dinomaniac Featured By Owner Jul 5, 2004
holy shittendalen...that's one cool painting
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eerin Featured By Owner Jul 5, 2004
Just a stupid, off topic question: how big are these paintings, in "real life"?
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tuomaskoivurinne Featured By Owner Jul 5, 2004  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
I know the scanning process ruined most of these new pieces :(
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eerin Featured By Owner Jul 5, 2004
Scanners do that all the time. It seems they can only acquire black and white things well... The colored stuff always comes out strange. Specially if they are colored pencils.
But don't be sad, I think we can all understand if a piece is good, even if the scanner made an awful work ;)
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tuomaskoivurinne Featured By Owner Jul 5, 2004  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Thanks! :)
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tuomaskoivurinne Featured By Owner Jul 5, 2004  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Canvas was 46x38 cm
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sunstarter Featured By Owner Jul 5, 2004  Professional General Artist
Wow, beautiful!
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tuomaskoivurinne Featured By Owner Jul 5, 2004  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Thanks, took a look at ur gallery. Nice stuff... Especially Chulthu-thing is really freaky (as they always are...)
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sunstarter Featured By Owner Jul 5, 2004  Professional General Artist
Ah, thanks.
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Orena Featured By Owner Jul 5, 2004
The poses of the pterosaurs are great, especially how the one sitting on the cliff has its wings folded.
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tuomaskoivurinne Featured By Owner Jul 5, 2004  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Actually I`m not really sure about is that is (anatomically) correct... Depends how you understand the picture. I`ll try to be more careful next time. And the scanning really made the cove "cool down":penguin:... it`s suppose to look warmer.
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