Szymon Rozwadowski
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Doedicurus was a relative of the modern armadillo with two exceptions. One, it was five feet tall and two, had a spiked tail club used for inter-species competition. Doedicurus lived until the end of the Pleistocene 11,000 years ago

Doedicurus was a relative of the modern armadillo with two exceptions. One, it was five feet tall and two, had a spiked tail club used for inter-species competition. Doedicurus lived until the end of the Pleistocene 11,000 years ago

Glyptotherium arizonae, a glyptodontid from the Pleistocene megafauna of North…

Glyptotherium arizonae, a glyptodontid from the Pleistocene megafauna of North…

Prehistoric rhinocerotoids.

Prehistoric rhinocerotoids.

Prehistoric rhinocerotoids.

Prehistoric rhinocerotoids.

Hyperendocrin quetzalcoatlus by Tapwing.deviantart.com on @DeviantArt

Hyperendocrin quetzalcoatlus by Tapwing.deviantart.com on @DeviantArt

Young Colossodon, Yeong Hao Han on ArtStation at https://www.artstation.com/artwork/zP4Ym

Young Colossodon, Yeong Hao Han on ArtStation at https://www.artstation.com/artwork/zP4Ym

Cynarctus  by Mark Marcuson

Cynarctus by Mark Marcuson

Almost dubbed the 'gentle giant' of the isle, if it weren't for the fickle temper it kept from it's infamous relative. It fears little to nothing, As the excessive development of armour on it...

Almost dubbed the 'gentle giant' of the isle, if it weren't for the fickle temper it kept from it's infamous relative. It fears little to nothing, As the excessive development of armour on it...

Some quick concept doodles for a speculative type of marine pterosaur. The very earliest discoveries of pterosaurs were actually interpreted as being aquatic animals, and I wanted to play with that idea a bit while keeping the anatomy recognizable.  These guys are vaguely based on Pteranodon. They use their wing-flippers to cruise around like manta rays, with their crests serving as dorsal fins and their feet reduced to small fluke-like flippers for steering.  I imagine they’re probably…

Some quick concept doodles for a speculative type of marine pterosaur. The very earliest discoveries of pterosaurs were actually interpreted as being aquatic animals, and I wanted to play with that idea a bit while keeping the anatomy recognizable. These guys are vaguely based on Pteranodon. They use their wing-flippers to cruise around like manta rays, with their crests serving as dorsal fins and their feet reduced to small fluke-like flippers for steering. I imagine they’re probably…

Dinosaurs as dragons!

Dinosaurs as dragons!