A pencil drawing touched up in Adobe Photoshop Elements
dromaeosauroid by ~Psithyrus. "A fine example of what would happen if dinosaurs were left to rule the planet!! It's a truly well done piece with vivid colors and fine detail from each bead to every feather. Psithyrus also has other good pieces in their gallery that are worth a look. Only a Deviant for 3 months, Psithyrus has lots of potential!" (
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your very welcome I had a dream with dino anthros like that several years ago my best friend had the same dream other people may have been there to could you have been one of them in a dream a few seconds can be years
I'm not usually a fan of reptilian anthros, but the attention to detail in this is amazing. Every minute I spend looking at it, I see something new and inspiring. Great job on the brilliant colors, especially.
Psithyrus, i have some private question to you. That work could be a great illustration for 'Raptors' article in Wikifur... But, we need yout permission to place your work there. So, i'm waiting for your answer on it with a hope you will say 'yes'.
I must agree this is a stunning piece of detail and imagination. I've always found other examples of the idea of dinosaur evolution to be rather unimaginative and dull. Even models done by expert scientists seem to me to be parallels to Homo erectus or Australopithecus. Tail-less bipedal reptilians, but this is more like that of Cro-Magnons. I especially like the figure's uses tools and decoration, a true sign of intelligence and cultral sophistication.
I'm glad you liked her, she was originally very reptilian, but I decided to give her more human characters just to make her a little more attractive. I was amazed how many other folks developed intelligent dinosaurs.
Thanks for your very kind word, and welcom to dA, I'll look forward to seeing some of your deviations.
Thank you very much, I am pleased to read the comment of a great artist, I tell you about the tree is a large ecosystem (in very large specimens can live in over 5000 species difentes, with invertebrates sensu lato, birds, mammals, plants, fungi, etc.). Relation to pollinator no one in specific, but we can "blame" primarily to birds and bats.
The color and even the genus name does suggest birds and bats are pollinators. It's a pretty flower, it may make a wonderful ornamental tree, I dabble in horticulture, so I love strange plants, especially if they can feed a variety of animal species.