80S008 - Monster Dogma ( Print version)

Inspired by Super Mario Bros. 2 released in Japan in 1988 by Nintendo and Dragon Dogma by Capcom last year! This is the sequel to my “Hunting Season”.


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Email to xiaobaosg@gmail.com  to order the limited edition A2 ( 16.54 × 23.3 inches) 220 GSM Matt Paper at 80 USD including shipping!

40 pieces only, print will be numbered and signed with pencil on the front! There will be no reprint for this size once its gone!

Open edition A3 (11.69 × 16.54 inches ) version will be available shortly!


I found one of the many books on dinosaurs I read all the time as a young kid, and came across a lot of Luis Rey paintings. I really love Rey’s artwork, and since I can’t seem to find any of these online I decided to put them up here for all you lovely people to enjoy.


The Helmet Of A Titan: Ankylosaur Skull

Recently I hung out with my pals, Brian Iwama & Kevin Seymour from Palaeontology, who were hard at work reinstalling our Ankylosaurus skull back into its case. Occasionally our palaeontology staff will remove specimens from display to take quality photographs to keep their files up to date and for use by colleagues outside of the Museum.

Hanging out with this behemoth was a fascinating experience. The skull is ridiculously heavy as it still houses much of the rock bed it was buried in, within its skull. Ankylosaurus was covered in dermal scutes (essentially armour like bones), which not only added to its heft, but also made it the tank of its time. The scutes are incredibly rough. If you’re not carefully you could easily scratch your skin against the surface.

What I found most amazing was the teeth. Ankylosaurus was a huge beast, whose armour and strong, clubbed tail provided it with weapons to wield against predators. But Ankylosaurus was also a peaceful giant that seemingly preferred to eat alone. What is startling is just how small and few teeth they had. Think of a child’s molar, an Ankylosaurus’ teeth were smaller. Further these teeth wore down fast from the tough low lying vegetation it ate. Many Ankylosaurus had few to little teeth left at the end of their life. But this specimen has a nearly full compliment!

It was great getting an opportunity to hang out with Brian and Kevin while they reinstalled the Ankylosaurus skull into the Dinosaur Gallery!

Written by @kironcmukherjee. Last update: February 10, 2014.


The official Jurassic World website has been updated with information profiles of four more of the park’s dinosaur attractions – Ankylosaurus, Gallimimus, Mosasaurus, and Stegosaurus – as well as a handy chart previewing more of the park’s dinosaurs and their size comparisons.

The Tyrannosaurus, Apatosaurus, and Triceratops profiles have been revealed previously.

Ankylosaurus magniventris

North America, late afternoon in the Maastrichtian Age of the Late Cretaceous

The classic armored dinosaur, Ankylosaurus is relatively poorly known in the fossil record, so my reconstruction of the armor pattern here is somewhat speculative.

I made a soundtrack for the painting, which you can listen to at my SoundCloud page, here.

[Please don’t use or reproduce without permission, and thanks for viewing!]

clrac0 asked:

Hi tifah! I've had a really bad week and it would be really cool if you sent me pretend boyfriends ficrecs? Thank you!

Awww hey hun, sorry to hear that ; u; hope your days get better!!

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