Original artist: D-Juan
Original lineart: Skorpiovenator sketch
Colouration: Swamp Green
Skorpiovenator is a genus of abelisaurid theropod dinosaur from the late Cretaceous period of Argentina.
Skorpiovenator's skull was short, stout and covered in the ridges, furrows, tubercles and bumpy nodules that are scattered over the heads of most abelisaurid theropods. Its slender jaws housed rows of razor-sharp teeth. Skorpiovenator may not have had a large bite force, as has been suggested for some other abelisaurids. Skorpiovenator may have used its deep skull as a club, arching its head back and swinging it down onto its prey to drive the teeth home with enough force to do serious damage to its prey.
Skeletal Reference: The Scorpion Hunter
NICE art work. i animate dinosaurs and i make sound effects for them. would you like to check out my animation sound effects i make?
It looks almost as if it has a beak XD
Couldnt have figured a better color pattern. Thanks for turning my sketch into this real animal
A still really interesting animal you have here! Maybe it was a nest raider!
I don't know why the face reminds me of a frog.
awesome i wish i could do paleoart as good as this
is it smiling?
Such a cutie
This is fantastic! Phenomenal work as always!!