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Dusk Fight by Julio-Lacerda Dusk Fight by Julio-Lacerda
The dominant Hypsilophodon chases away an intruder in is territory after a brief fight took place in Early Cretaceous England.
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pilsator Featured By Owner Feb 13, 2012  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Beautiful. Beautiful as expected.
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Julio-Lacerda Featured By Owner Feb 14, 2012  Professional Digital Artist
Thanks pilsator! Always nice to read your comments :)
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Durbed Featured By Owner Feb 12, 2012
Very cool and original piece!

We need more grumpy ornithopods!
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Julio-Lacerda Featured By Owner Feb 13, 2012  Professional Digital Artist
Thanks! Yes we do :P
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vasix Featured By Owner Feb 12, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Sky and clouds are the most impressive element here. But then again, the dominant has to have faith in his jumping abilities to perform acrobatics like these,......"Leap of Faith" is also a good title....:)....and um.....its coloration is based on some kinda bird, albeit I can't put my finger on what.....:?
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Julio-Lacerda Featured By Owner Feb 12, 2012  Professional Digital Artist
Yeah, I figured with those long legs, they could be pretty good jumpers. And no, it wasn't inspired by a bird, but by a mammal.. ;)
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vasix Featured By Owner Feb 12, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Good grief, that mammal....umm....a cetacean of some kind definitely, to have contrasting black on white coloring :)
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Julio-Lacerda Featured By Owner Feb 12, 2012  Professional Digital Artist
No no, they aren't actually black and white. The sunset lighting gave them a blueish dark hue, but they are actually brown and white.

Another tip, it's an ungulate! (well, cetaceans are technically ungulates, but still). And I think the throat is specially useful to identify it :D
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vasix Featured By Owner Feb 12, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Ah, a sable antelope?
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Julio-Lacerda Featured By Owner Feb 12, 2012  Professional Digital Artist
Close. Pronghorns :)
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