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Old 01-08-2004, 03:41 PM   #1
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No ideas yet but I'm just showing my interest.

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My creature is the only dino ever to excist with no eyes.
Can you "see" where I am going with this yet?.

Over time, this creature has evolved into a bat like dinosaurs with large ears that can receive sonar waves which are sent from a dome on the creatures forehead.

The name of the dinosaurs is, Doyouthinkhesawus (Ha Ha Ha!).

Sketches to follow.

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Old 04-08-2004, 08:55 PM   #3
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Love the name. :laugh:
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lol classical, i was thinkin the same name wen i was thinkin ofsum designs as i heard that joke in jurassic park

i was goin 2 do a blind dinosaur but not like ur bat idea, sounds cool. gud luck.

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Go for it, I don't mind if you do the same idea.

The actual joke is:-
What do you call a dinosaur with one eye?
Doyouthinkhesawus.

But I wanted my dino to be blind. As far as I know there was never a blind dinosaur.

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Old 14-08-2004, 02:23 PM   #7
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its ok mate im not doin that idea no more i changed. i was goin 2 do it if i did a humorous dino but i went 4 realism so i not doin it now. but u go 4 it. wud luv 2 see this.

ohh i heard the joke as - what do u call a blind dinosaur?
doyouthinkhesawus

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What do u call a blind dinosaur?

The name of that dino would be Hedidnotsawus. LOL

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Talking Started at last.

Here is a sketch of the head from the side and front.
Body to follow.

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nice concept and cool design from a bat 2 a dino i like it.
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markemark, glad to see you in this. That is a great consept pic.. waiting to see more.
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Hoping to start modeling this month.

Recieved Kurts T-Rex DVD this week so I'm feeling inspired.

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Old 21-09-2004, 11:01 PM   #13
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A little late but here is my first model for this comp.
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Nice concept and modeling.

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A little bit more shaping.
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