Oh my lord, it looks so beautifully real!
Have you ever thought about maybe publishing a book with your artwork in it? I would definitely buy it.
The eye is awesome and really nice colouring.
Ugly... This pterosaur is beautiful! Great Job!
..not ugly, spectacular! Brilliant! Probably not that far away from its true pigmentation. Have you ever thought about illustrating one of those Pterosaur books?!
OMG!!!!!!! is this real!?!?!?!
He has a sadistic looking smile on him.
You ain't ugly! You are just beautiful! And I'm not lying just cause you're gonna kill me if I say you're ugly! NO! YOU'RE PRETTY! NOW DON'T EAT MY LIMBS!
finally someone did it
Always thought this was one badass pterosaur.
Dude, he is weird! Not ugly, just ... different. He's a ...pterosaurs, isn't he? I'm not very knowledgable on prehistoric creatures.
The colouring reminds me of a crested grebe.. So awesome.
That is cool. I like his razor smile. :3
Love the grebe influence here, works really well with the 'model'.
Wonderful! Colouring reminds me of a great crested grebe.
If I had that has a character I'd name it Cheshire because the markings and beak make the "smile" so big. Then again, maybe I'll go ahead and do that anyway.
Now THAT is a lovely Djungaripterus. 8D
it isn't ugly, it is beautiful.
Wow, amazing! It reminds me of scrabs from the game Abe's Oddysee.
Simply... WOW!! Compliments
you never fail to amaze me every time
"Who Are You Callin' Ugly?"
Not me! You're gorgeous!
Not me! You're gorgeous!
Beautiful little smile on it's face, nice job!
I wonder if Azdarchoids can create a convergent Dsugaripterid-like genus? They might be present in my Alaskan K-T Project as Pterosaurian scavengers, opportunists and Shellfish eating species.
Something looks like pterosaurian mandarin duck.
My god, it's wonderful. Best dsungaripterus ever. And i'm sure about what I said .
The title says it all; This is, in my opinion, the best potrait of Dsungaripterus. I to am tired of hearing this guy being called ugly, I think in Nature ugly is beautiful and should be embraced! Great Work
definatly one of my fav. from you, and also my fav. Dsungaipterzus reconstruction. Great work !
wow truly amazing I like how u used the coloring and feathers of a modern aquatic bird, can't remember the name of it though... but nice Dsungaripterus
Extremely realistic. Excellent piece.
This picture is a real triumph! How natural and beautiful looks! For some reason, many depict Dsungaripterus as a ugly animal... including me
Beautiful, but it looks like it's smirking....
I gotta add that you're becoming one of my favourite paleoartists on DA, because of your frequency, accuracy, and the way you treat prehistoric animals as actual animals.